Despite the restrictions imposed by the pandemic, Holocaust Memorial Day was still commemorated in Jersey by the traditional laying of wreaths at the Lighthouse Memorial on Albert Pier. In contrast to the customary format, wreaths were laid individually at prescribed times throughout the day. Pictured is our Provincial Grand Master, RW Bro. Graham Spence, laying a wreath on behalf of Jersey Freemasons, honouring the up to 200 thousand Freemasons who perished under Nazi persecution during WW2.
Photo courtesy of Chris Addy.