Historical re-enactment hosted by Lodge of Hope No. 302

Thursday, 06 June 2013

Bradford re-enactment

With the first masons admitted in Bradford in 1713, a special re-enactment was performed 300 years later in the city for the Province of Yorkshire, West Riding. Wearing dress appropriate to the era, including wigs and frock coats, 13 players – members of several local lodges – recreated the historic moment. Hosted by the Lodge of Hope, No. 302, the re-enactment was performed to an audience of more than 100 Bradford masons, including Provincial Grand Master John Clayton.

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