PFL 9393

Pegasus Forces Lodge 9393

Patron of the Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution

Pegasus Forces Lodge was Consecrated on 5th December 1990
at Edward Street Temple, Aldershot. Hampshire.

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... May 2017

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Where ...
Trafalgar Inn
1 Short Street, GU11 1HA Aldershot ... Map it

When ...
Anytime ... you are always welcome

A weekend of live music @ The Traf to raise money for the Remember Our Fallen Fund.

Saturday night we welcome back the brilliant Delvis Elvis and Frankie Dean for a Superheroes and 'toons fancy dress themed evening, with a fundraising auction.

As it's a long weekend, we are extending the live music to the Sunday 3pm-6pm, and welcome for the first time The Chilli Fighters here in the Traf, with complimentary easter buffet and a fundraising raffle to accompany this great live band ... Facebook Link or Jade White the Manageress


The planed visit to Airborne Assault - The Museum of The Parachute Regiment and Airborne Forces, went ahead on Friday 6th May 2016 ... read more


Commando Speed March

Event Date: March
This has now become an established annual military event attracting over 300 entrants a year.

During the Second World War, potential British Commandos would get off the train at Spean Bridge and be expected to speed march through the Scottish Highlands to the gates of Achnacarry House carrying their fighting order weighing 36lbs.

In 2015 teams from both 2 PARA and 3 PARA took part in this event.

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2016 will see another PARAS'10 Double at Colchester 15 May and Catterick 4 September, you missed the boat, check-out for next year

pilgrim bandits ... June / July / August 2016 visit


The British Airborne Forces Club

The Fandance is the primary event of The British Airborne Forces Club. This event is spread out over a weekend 20th May. It takes place in Brecon , South Wales. Where the club takes over the local hotels and B&Bs.

The weekend starts on the Friday, where after comrades have booked into their accommodation. They then meet up at the Brecon Rugby Club (previously the Blue Boar (for the old ones)) for drinks. There old friendships are renewed and old stories exchanged. In some case's comrades have not seen each other for decades, in others it has only been since the last Fandance. visit BAFC


Fan Dance Race Series

The Fan Dance is a gruelling 24km non-navigational race over two sides of Pen Y Fan, the highest mountain in the Brecon Beacons. This infamous route has long been a part of SAS (Special Air Service) and SBS (Special Boat Service) Selection and is considered the yardstick of a candidate's potential to perform well on Test Week and ultimately pass the Special Forces Selection programme ... read more




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