Meetings and Events
William Rufus is pleased to announce the agenda for the coming masonic year. Please be aware that this is subject to change but we will make every effort to keep this up to date.
We currently meet on the 3rd Wed of the month - Feb, Mar, May (Inst.), Oct and Nov at Lexby Hall in Totton.
Any visiting brethren wishing to attend, you would be most welcome. Please contact us using the Contact page
Charity and Social Events for 2018 - 2019
Charity events for 2017 - 2018
20th June 2017 - Charity Golf day
In aid of Southampton Hospital Radio. Proviving music, entertainment and comfort to those in hospital.
Wellow Gold Club
18 Holes of Texas Scramble
Teams of 4
Ploughmans Lunch and raffle included in the price
11.30 for refreshments
Tee off at 12.30
To book: Bro Darren Cunliffe - firstname.lastname@example.org
W. Bro Ash Bennette – email@example.com
- 1900 - Midnight
- Live band Everyday Sunshine peforming 2 live sets and disco
- Table side close up magic and illusions with Magic Beyond Belief
Bookings being taken now, tables of up to 10 available
Cost per person- £37.50
Dress Code - Formal
Contact Ross McBride to book in the usual way (see below)
The Ladies Night flyer with information and menu
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Christmas social trip to London - 2nd December 2017
William Rufus is pleased to offer a Christmas social trip to London.
Whether you like Christmas markets, shops, dining or just simply like to soak up the festive feel and enjoy the lights, this trip has something for everyone.
We will be dropped off at Great Queens Street, outside UGLE in the heart of London. A short walk from Covent Garden, Leicester Square and tube stations.
At a great price with all profits going to the Rainbow Centre, this is an ideal chance to enjoy a relaxed fun day out with friends.
All welcome, book quickly as coach places are limited - £20
"As the strength of a chain is determined not by the number of its links but by the quality of each link, even so a Lodge in its practical service to its members and to society is measured not by the number of men who constitute it, but by the quality of each.”