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James Steggles

James Steggles

It has been my honour and privilege to have served this Mark Province of West Yorkshire for the last 5 years, and I have great pleasure in welcoming you to its web site.
If you are already a Mark Mason I do hope that you find its contents of great interest. If you are a Craft Freemason seeking further Masonic knowledge, I hope that it gives you a useful insight into our ‘friendly degree’ and about Mark and Royal Ark Mariner Freemasonry in general. More information can be obtained by using the “contact us” page.
It was also my great pleasure to launch the West Yorkshire 2023 Mark Benevolent Fund Festival in April 2016 and you will find a separate Festival section on the website. I hope that you will find this both useful and interesting as our fundraising efforts continue over the next few years.
So now please read on – enjoy – and Mark Well
Jim Steggles
Provincial Grand Master

 


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