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1) A prayer Scroll

A prayer scroll wrapped in a bound bundle of corn stems.  While each corn stem is weak by itself when wrapped together round a prayer scroll, all stand firm in unity. 

2) Wisdom, Strength & Beauty

All Masons are taught of Wisdom, Strength and Beauty,  'for there should be Wisdom to contrive, Strength to support and Beauty to adorn”.  These virtues are said are said to help make good men better.

3) The quotation

Ecce quam bonum et quam iucundum habitare fratres in unum. Simply translated from Psalm 133:

'How good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!'

link to King James V bible text

4) The Symbol

5) No 69

Over its history, from 1742, our lodge has had many re-numerations and is currently No. 69, one of the oldest in England.

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