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Saturday, March 19, 2016

Quatuor Coronati Conference: 300 Years Of the GL of England 9/2016

The Quatuor Coronati Tercentenary International Conference
on the

History of Freemasonry

Celebrating 300 Years of the Grand Lodge of England
9-11 September 2016

This conference, jointly held by Quatuor Coronati and Queens’ College, University of Cambridge, will take place over three days. It will bring together international scholars from all over the world to speak on the history and development of Freemasonry over the last three hundred years.

Queens’ College was founded in 1448 combines Medieval Buildings with a new state of the art conference centre. Accommodation is available in the college. A Quatuor Coronati Lodge meeting and official presentation of this year’s Prestonian Lecture will take place on the morning of Friday 9 September in the Cambridge Masonic Centre in Bateman Street. The conference itself will begin in Queens’ that afternoon. A formal black tie dinner will take place on Saturday 10 September. Delegates are allowed to bring guests.

While the Lodge meeting is open only to those Freemasons in constitutions recognised by UGLE, the conference itself is open to everyone. Members of the Correspondence Circle receive a substantial discount. Registration is open now and can be booked through the Cambridge University Conference booking site here.

Please visit the site for more information on the programme in due course.
Any queries should be directed to: conference@qccircle.org.uk

The proceedings of this conference will be published as a book.

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