A Visit to the District of South Wales

The Annual Meeting of the South Wales District Grand Council was held as a Virtual Business Meeting on Saturday 11th December 2021. Attending was the Grand Master, M.Ill.Comp. Kessick Jones, and Companions from many other Districts.

A Visit to the District of South Wales Also attending were R.Ill.Comp. David Blackburn, our District Grand Master; Ill.Comp. Peter Kipps, our Deputy District Grand Master; Ill.Comp. David Thompson, our Principal Conductor of the Work; and Ill.Comp. Chris Eley, our Assistant District Grand Recorder.

The Deputy District Grand Master for the South Wales District, Ill.Comp. Derek Thomas, said that unfortunately the District Grand Master R.Ill. Comp Gwilym Jones, could not attend the meeting due to a family illness, but he had asked him to run the meeting on his behalf. He declared the meeting open and welcomed all present, especially the Grand Master.

A Visit to the District of South Wales The District Grand Recorder, Ill.Comp. Mark Nicholls, read the permission to hold a Virtual Business Meeting.

A Visit to the District of South Wales The Minutes of the previous District Grand Council Meeting were approved by the Companions. After the regular business of the District was completed, the names of the District Grand Council Officers for the ensuing year were read out. They will be invested by the District Grand Master early next year.

The Grand Master addressed the meeting. He thanked the District for the invitation and congratulated them on a well-run meeting. He also congratulated those District Officers appointed today, as well as those he would have invested in person at Grand Council in April. He said he had hoped to be with everyone in person, but circumstances did not permit this to happen.

A Visit to the District of South Wales The Deputy District Grand Master then thanked everyone for attending and declared the meeting closed. Afterwards the guests all said how much they had enjoyed the meeting and wished the District of South Wales every success in the future.

Article and photos by Chris Eley, Assistant Provincial Grand Recorder


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