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Easington Miners' Lodge Secretary Alan Cummings also said he too would celebrate with a drink.
Howard Davies, a former NUM lodge secretary at Blaenant colliery, was called by Sir Alex after the Manchester United boss met Peter Hain at Swansea's Premier League contest with Wolves.
Mrs Thatcher was as uncompromising in promoting her dogma as was miners' leader Arthur Scargill, opined former NUM lodge secretary for Celynen South in Newbridge Ray Lawrence.
The lodge secretary showed police a copy of the permit allowing the meeting, but was told the permit was not the problem.
It was presented by lodge secretary Mike Brown and governor Sid While, and will help the ward move one step closer to buying sensory equipment for patients.
Bill Jones, the lodge secretary for the Eugene Masonic Center, said he was deluged with calls this week from football fans who received the letter from the UO telling them they might lose their parking spots.
Master while their first Lodge Secretary was John Butler UE (8) who had become a Mason on 19 April 1766.
Despite this,he continued to work in the mining industry and became a prominent member of the National Union of Mineworkers, serving as lodge secretary for more than 20 years at Tower Colliery, especially during the miners' strike of the 1980s.