A delegation from Northumberland Province were in London last week for a learning and development seminar at Grand Lodge.

Assistant Provincial Grand Master, WBro Brian Denton, and Provincial Grand Secretary, WBro Brian Rudd, were accompanied by the Deputy Provincial Grand Superintendent, EComp Michael McHale and the Provincial Grand Director of Ceremonies for the Royal Arch Chapter, EComp Fred Dye.  They were at Great Queen Street to find out more about Solomon, the new online learning resource from UGLE’s Improvement Delivery Group which will officially launch in December.

Solomon is a central and universally accessible repository of information designed to help point members along the path of Masonic knowledge. It will help transform how individual Brethren, Lodges and Chapters access, digest and deliver Masonic learning.

Worshipful Brother Brian Denton is the Learning and Development Lead for the Province and he will be sharing more detailed information over the next few weeks, but if your appetite is already whetted then check out this link to an article in Freemasonry Today http://bit.ly/SolomonTalk .