Also present were Eric Heaviside, Provincial Grand Master and David Innes, Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution Chief Executive. There was a guided tour of the 48 apartments and communal areas by Durham Benevolent Committee Chairman George Clark and Trustee Jim Forster.
Boundary Court was built by the Durham Provincial Benevolent Committee who also operate the site. The home is currently fully occupied, as is its sister accommodation, Peter Stracey House in Sunderland, and a waiting list of potential future residents for both sites is maintained at Provincial Office.
Jonathan Spence Visits Durham HomeWednesday, 01 December 2010
Deputy Grand Master Jonathan Spence has visited the Durham Freemasons retirement apartment complex at Boundary Court, Bishop Auckland. He was accompanied by Oliver Lodge, Grand Director of Ceremonies.
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