Founded 13th January 1938
1. To provide a Centre and Bond of Union for Brethren who, by means of serious study and research, desire to extend their knowledge of the principles on which the Order is founded.
2. To promote the interests of Masonic education and to provide facilities for instruction by means of Lectures, Papers and open discussion at Regular Meetings of the Circle.
3. To circulate, for the use of the Members, Proceedings of the Circle as authorised by the Governing Council and, in certain cases, to make such Transactions available to the Craft generally.
4. To establish a Masonic circulating library for the exclusive use of Members.
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