No. 9315

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The Parachute Regiment Lodge  (PRL) is one of the fastest growing lodges in London, as a consequence it will take new members many years to obtain office. The Lodge committee met and formulated a plan to take over an ailing Lodge about to hand in its Warrant, enabling our members to take office faster.

Metropolitan Grand Lodge assisted in identifying Royal Albert Hall Lodge as a potential partner for this venture. This involved members of the PRL moving across and taking the offices and all positions within Royal Albert Hall Lodge and the existing members resigning and becoming Honorary members.

This was completed successfully last year and the lodge is growing in size and strength with four joining members, two Initiates and three additional initiates in the pipeline. There is still space for any members of the PRL who wish to become joining members and move through the offices faster than is possible at present in the PRL. The Lodge is made up of members you know well from The PRL and so a warm and friendly welcome is assured.

 If you are interested in joining this growing and friendly lodge please contact one of the following members

Pete Digby, Paul Armstrong Or Mick Palmer or simply ask through the Wattsapp group.   

The PRL has a vibrant WattsApp group running, if you are not yet a member please contact Mick Palmer who will add you. It is a very useful way of keeping in contact and asking questions, you should all be members of it 

Welcome to our new Honorary Member

At our Installation Meeting in June 2018, the Lodge voted to admit WBro Capt. David M. Swain RN PAGSwdB, MetGSec as a new Honorary Member. A very warm welcome to our Lodge, Bro David.


'Ad Unum Omnes'

Parachute Regiment Lodge 

WBro, Stratton Richey.

We have been  honoured to have had WBro Stratton Richey PDGSwB, Past MetGInsp. as our Lodge Grand Inspector for the last five years

It is always a privilege to see WBro Stratton regularly at our Meetings, and for him to be so actively involved in the Lodge, and not least being regaled with his humorous aviation anecdotes at our Festive Boards. Stratton is no longer the Lodge Grand Inspector, but has accepted Honorary, membership of our lodge at the insistence of the members. This was in recognition of his years of dedicated service to the lodge.

A New Worshipful Master!

On 1st June 2019 WBro James Palmer was installed in the Chair of King Solomon.

Amongst the 50+ present, were three of our Honorary Members VW Bro Philip Summers PGSwdB AMetGM, and WBro. Chris Burgess, PSGD MetGInsp. alongside  our very own , WBro Stratton Richey PDGSwB all of whom, along with many junior members assisted in the installation