North Warwickshire goes Japanese

On a warm Monday May evening Brothers and Wives of North Warwickshire was treated to a talk by Bro Lawrence Conway who detail his career in the gas Industry first in Solihull, working for the Gas research council, then followed by a spell in Japan as a junior engineer installing a new power solution, then years, working for a few years, in Japan and then coming back to Japan as tourist with his late wife Margaret, showing some pictures of their time which was very fascinating.

Bro Lawrence also brought down a few items from his and Margaret trips to Japan. Afterwards Brothers and wives thank Bro. Laurence for a very interesting and at times emotional talk.

After the Talk Brother Tony Taylor gave his thoughts on Bro Laurence Talk


Brother President Goes Down Under

Brother President Goes Down Under

Sutton Coldfield Circle President Brother Peter Westbrook and his wife Sandra  spent Christmas and the New Year with  his son  Oliver and family in Sydney , Australia . On their outward journey they also visited  Japan.  Whilst in Australia Peter visited Harbourside North  Circle No 330 and was warmly welcomed by the brothers including Graham Short Australia National Council President  and a member of Harbourside North Circle and  Roland Mc Gready  the circle’s Vice President. Brother Peter is now wondering if this is the furthest visit made by a Brother from Province No 6 during this Catenian year. In the photo are from left to right are Brother  Graham Short  Brother Roland Mc Gready , Brother Peter Westbrook and his son Oliver.

North Warwickshire Mass for Decease Brothers 2023

On a November evening in Solihull, Bothers, Wives and Widows of North Warwickshire met at Columban Fathers to remember it former Brothers, and wives, The Mass was led by Columban Fr. Bernard McDermott along with Fr Pat Sayles, an old friends of circle.

As an added bonus a Brother who was on the unwell for a few weeks in 2023, felt he was able to come over to the Columban Fathers to join the Brothers of North Warwickshire.

After the Mass, the hall was transformed into hall where the traditional share supper was held.