Freemasons honour veterans with Armistice Day carvery

From the left, Mike Stimson, the deputy head of Bucks Freemasons, Terry Foley ofWinslow Freemasons and Polish old soldier Jan Sokolowski
From the left, Mike Stimson, the deputy head of Bucks Freemasons, Terry Foley ofWinslow Freemasons and Polish old soldier Jan Sokolowski
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Freemasons from lodges in Buckingham and Winslow held their fifth annual Armistice Day lunch at Winslow’s Bell Hotel on Sunday for ex-servicemen and women and their families. Around 130 veterans joined the freemasons for a carvery lunch following the

Armistice Day parade. Members of the 7th Rifle Cadet Force helped to serve up lunch and music was provided by Geoff Ewers and his band.

Winslow Armistice lunch at The Bell Hotel. Freemasons, Winslow ACF and Bell staff with guests. 131110M-C727

Winslow Armistice lunch at The Bell Hotel. Freemasons, Winslow ACF and Bell staff with guests. 131110M-C727

Terry Foley, of Winslow Freemasons, thanked Bell Hotel owner Phillip Menday for his support.

He added: “It is important to acknowledge the veterans for their service and what they did for their country.”

From the left, Mike Stimson, the deputy head of Bucks Freemasons, Terry Foley ofWinslow Freemasons and Polish old soldier Jan Sokolowski.