Below are some photographs recently unearthed of the interior of the Phoenix Hall Circ 1954/5, when the hall as you can see was in urgent need of some TLC, the then Board, engaged the services of a Painter and Decorator and in the Summer recess when the Lodges cease to meet, in he went to rejuvenate the hall.

The Board returned some several weeks later to find the hall spruced up, but someone had forgotten to tell the decorator that the Past Masters Boards were not to be touched. He had painted out every Past Masters Panel destroying 200yrs worth of history, all attempts to retrieve the situation proved unsuccesful, and that is why today the interior of the hall bears no Past Masters Boards, such as adorne so many Halls throughout the Country and indeed the world.

Junior Wardens Chair 


 South East Corner of the Room 


























Left of Junior Wardens Chair

Right of Junior Wardens Chair

















South West Corner of the Lodge RoomNorth West Corner of The Lodge Room














Masters Chair in the East with Altar in front of itMasters Chair with Newcastle Coat of Arms on Crest Above














Masters Chair Note the Newcastle Coat of Arms on the Crest


North Side Exit from Lodge Room