Warlingham Consistory, No. 134 Consecrated in Surrey
On Wednesday 30 October, the lovely, scenic town of Redhill in Surrey was brightened by the Consecration of a new Consistory named after Warlingham (the former home of Sir Joseph Swan - the inventor of the incandescent light bulb).
M.Dist.Comp. Ian Currans arrived with a full team to enjoy a splendid Consecration Meeting of the Warlingham Consistory, No. 134. The Meeting was well attended and thoroughly enjoyed by the Founders, Consecrating Team and guests alike.
V.Dist.Comp. Phillip Purves, V, G.D.C.; Comp. Simon McCarthy, III, P.Prov.G.Stwd. (Surrey); R.Dist.Comp. Louis Keats, V, Prov.G.S. (Surrey); R.Dist.Comp. Michael Barnes, VI, P.Prov.G.S. (Surrey); Comp. Christopher Eley, III, Prov.G.Rec. (Surrey)
The Grand Summus with his Consecrating Team
The Founders of the Warlingham Consistory, No. 134.
We wish them all the best for the future of this warm and friendly Consistory.