A group of Bath Spa students, enrolled on the Enlightenment module, have attended a special tour of Bath Masonic Hall and Museum.
This soon-to-be annual event was organised by Professor William Hughes, Lodge of Concord, No. 632 – a senior lecturer at the School of Humanities and Cultural Industries at Bath Spa University.
The building had previously been the Bath Theatre Royal and a Catholic Church, but has been home to Bath Freemasonry for 140 years. Students were ‘enlightened’ by Trevor Quartermaine, Royal Cumberland Lodge, No. 41. In the past year, 1,400 tourists have visited, promoting Freemasonry in the city.
STUDENTS ARE ENLIGHTENED AT BATH'S MASONIC HALLFriday, 16 September 2011
Published in Lodges, Chapters & Individuals