practice makes perfect

Wednesday, 14 December 2011
Alison Cattermoule is a member of one of the two regular female Grand Lodges in England, The Order of Women Freemasons.

Like many learning ritual, Alison had reflected that while it is relatively easy to practice the spoken part, it is difficult to rehearse the movement in the lodge, so she came up with the perambulation board. Measuring 26 by 17.5 inches, the board helps visualise movement in the lodge room with 42 labelled brethren ‘counters’. These show the emblems of office, together with counters for the tracing boards, pedestal changes and working tools. Alison is selling the sets at £28.50 each, with a £2 donation going to residential care homes run by The Order of Women Freemasons. Contact Alison on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 020 7702 1429.

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