Widows Sons MRA England Kernow Grand Chapter

Where the fraternal bond of Freemasonry extends into the brotherhood of bikers

Welcome to the Widows Sons Masonic Riders Association Grand Chapter in England, based in Cornwall, UK
Widows Sons is an International Association, all members belong to lodges recognised by the United Grand Lodge of England. 

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The Egg Run Returns

Egg Run Cornwall 2022 VideoEgg Run Cornwall 2022 Video

If Carlsberg did Easter Sunday, surely, they would take a leaf out of the book of the Widows Sons, Masonic Riders Association, Kernow Grand Chapter!

On Easter Sunday, 17th April 2022, the Widows Sons of Cornwall hosted their 25th Anniversary Egg Run. The event is an organised motorcycle ride, open to all, raising money for local children’s charities.

This year, enhanced by excellent weather, the event proved to be near spectacular!

Riders and families started to meet from 0930 at Davidstow Airfield just outside Camelford. The atmosphere was one of joviality, friendship and fun with food and conveniences provided with the support of local businesses, Hanger Management and Eagle Plant.

With bellies full the ride started, or “stands up” in biker parlance at 1100.

Around 500 motorcycles of all shapes and sizes followed a fully marshalled route of around 60 miles, taking in the stunning scenery that Cornwall has to offer. They made their way to Cornwall Services for a short break, then continued on their way, sampling more spectacular scenery. The 25th anniversary entourage made its way to Bowden Derra Park Care Home, Polyphant, Launceston.

The care facility was generous in offering an excellent setting for the riders to enjoy some time with each other, the staff, service users and their families.

They provide not only a beautiful venue, but also food, drinks and a band for the enjoyment of all, in what turned out to be an excellent family afternoon. There were raffles taking place to raise even more funds, live music and the excellent camaraderie exemplified in so many people with a common interest, their love of motorcycling.

The event was clearly a major success in many ways, and the total raised so far, £4,500, is a testament to that.

The Egg Run has raised over £50,000 over the years.

The charities it donates to are:

Children’s Hospice Southwest.

Action for Children.

And the Learning Support Units of primary schools in Camelford and Launceston.

Our thanks also go to:
Bricknells
Cole Rayment & White
Wadebridge Wines
Ann’s Cottage
The Photo Shop
Route 39
Robinson’s Jewellers
Barry Rowe Jewellers
The Bunker
Countrywise
Strong Adolfo’s
Trelawny Garden Centre
Bodmin Nursery
The Mill Cafe
Thor Motorcycles
Bodmin Scooter Shop
Camelford Hardware Shop
Heard’s Butchers
The Really Groovy Shop
Off The Rails
Camelford Bike Bits
Needle & Thread
The Spar
Damerells
Chapter 1 Diner
North Cornwall Motorcycles
Ace Motorcycles
Marshgate Village Store

We are the Widows Sons Masonic Riders Association England, Kernow Grand Chapter.

Our original charter is dated 2006 as Widows Sons South West Chapter.

Widows Sons South West Chapter est 2006
Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Widows Sons South West Chapter in 2016

On 11th April 2021 we were fully chartered and fully recognised as the MRA Chapter for the Province of Cornwall, England.

We have our own Widows Sons motorcycle enthusiasts’ Lodge in Cornwall, at the Earl of St Germans No 7031.

If you are interested in joining our Grand Chapter, or forming a chapter in England then please contact our Membership Officer- membership@widowssonseng.uk

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For membership enquiries in the Province of Kent, please contact Band of Brothers, Kent Grand Chapter

If you are in Wales, please may we direct your enquiry to Landsker Grand Chapter and the South Wales Grand Chapter.

Enquiries for the Province of Devon can now be responded to by the Devon Moorlanders Grand Chapterdevon@widowssonseng.uk


The Egg Run

Widows Sons Kernow Grand Chapter & Moorlanders have raised over £45,000 for children's charities in the Egg Run's 24 years history.

 
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