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David Hagger, the head of freemasonary in Leicestershire and Rutland retires




The head of freemasonry in Leicestershire and Rutland, David Hagger, has retired after nearly ten years of loyal service to the organisation, writes Richard Barnett.

To celebrate the achievements made during his tenure, covering 11 masonic centres across the two counties, and serving nearly 3,000 masons, events were organised to ensure that David’s work has been recognised by all those that have benefited before handing over to his successor.

In his final month in charge, many of the masons and others who have benefited from his vision to help the local community gathered to ensure that his retirement would be memorable.


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