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Mark Master Mason and Royal Ark Mariner Masonry in Hampshire & Isle of Wight

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The Mark Degree is the largest degree after the Craft and Chapter. The Degree itself is one of hope and encouragement, dealing with the building of King Solomon's Temple.
This beautiful and exclusive Degree is restricted to those Brethren who are already Mark Master Masons.
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Latest news from around the Province

  • Grand Ranks announced

    The Provincial Grand Master invites you to join with him in congratulating those brethren of the Province honoured with Grand Rank in the Mark Degree.  More details here.

    Written on Tuesday, 10 May 2022 13:07
  • Latest toast lists

    Following the Provincial AGM of Saturday 16th April, find the latest Mark and RAM toast lists here.

    Written on Monday, 18 April 2022 16:43
  • Provincial Almoners Letter from Andover

    Dear Brethren All, 

    I have delayed compiling my weekly letter so that I can bring you all up to date with the proceedings of the Annual Mark Provincial Meting at the Guildhall in Portsmouth. What a day of a few surprises, the first one was the Provincial Grand Master, Rt. W. Bro. George J. Deacon had caught covid and was unable to attend. V. W. Bro. Brian Ridler, Deputy Provincial Grand Master, presided over the meeting in an excellent and efficient manner.

    Written on Sunday, 17 April 2022 10:19
  • Provincial Almoners Letter from Andover

    Dear Brethren All, 

    I sit here with the sun shining brightly, but a frost on the lawn. The weather has damaged Pat’s first lot of French beans and she has now planted some more seed which is being kept in doors to give them a better chance. Once the weather has warmed more planting will begin in earnest.

    Written on Saturday, 09 April 2022 08:46