Formed on St. Patrick’s Day 2012, the Lodge has been named Rawlins White Memorial, in honour of Rawlins White who was burnt to death on 30th March 1555, in central Cardiff. Faithfully to the end, he was heard to proclaim the Gospel of Salvation through Jesus Christ.
Our warrant number, 803, is the number of the warrant held by the old Cardiff City Lodge, which went out of existence in 1920. Many thanks to the Loyal Orange Institution of England, for allowing us to revive this warrant number.
The opening day was very memorable and historic for all who were in attendance. Over 80 Brethren and Sisters from all five regions of the British Isles were present and the small church hall was filled to capacity. Further info and photos can be viewed by clicking our Lodge badge on the right.
The Orange Standard newspaper carried an article about the opening day and it is below.