I love visiting other Masonic Halls, and I was privileged to be invited to give a talk to the Emmaus Society at Blenheim House in Batley in West Yorkshire, which is a Masonic Hall that is home for a number of lodges and side degrees.
The Emmaus Society was set up in 1999 for certain members of the Provincial Priory of West Yorkshire, and speakers are invited to talk at the annual meeting, with previous eminent speakers including an old friend of mine Neville Barker Cryer.
Blenheim House was built in the Victorian period, and became home to Scarborough Lodge No. 1214 in 1925, and it is now also home to Howley Lodge No. 5012 and Trafalgar Lodge No. 971. Blenheim House is also available for events.