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Tuesday 8th February 2022

1st Degree Ceremony 6.30 prompt at Dagger Lane



See David Terry's report on Humber 57's first meeting of the year on the Blog Page!

Chapter News from Ian Syddall on the Humber Chapter Page!

L o I report from Charles Alexander!



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January 21, 2022, 10:13
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Events & Social Functions 2020

Below you will find links to some recent events at the Humber Lodge. However, the coronavirus pandemic put a stop to social gatherings for 2020: the Christmas Lunch on 15th December 2019 ( was great fun (also see Carol Concert 2019), but the Murder Mystery, Ladies Night and Garden Party didn't happen. Watch this space - we are hopeful for 2021!


Update January 2022

Whoops! Scrolling down to the start of the coronavirus page shows that the arrival of the pandemic was a cause for concern, and most people followed the government guidelines, but there was no idea amongst most of the world that over two years later the virus was still causing deaths throughout the world. At the time of writing the omicron variant is spreading with awful rapidity, and while the majority in the UK have had two vaccinations and a booster jab, many people are still being affected, some severely, having to self isolate, work from home where feasible and suffer the constant inconvenience of lateral flow and PCR tests. Third World countries are not faring so well. As of 5th January 2022, 5,481,086 people have died so far from the covid-19 outbreak. There are currently 297,865,400 confirmed cases in 222 countries and territories.

While I personally believe that there is an agenda for herd immunity, I am only as well informed as the next man. I confess to resenting the actions of those who seem to be endangering us all by refusing to wear masks, sanitise their hands and keep socially distant. But they may be doing us a favour in the long term.

In the meantime there are few Lodge events and social functions planned other than vaguely: "If it looks as though we'll be safe, then we'll organise a Ladies Night." But don't hold your breath! I'll update again when there is news.

Eddie Wildman