Freemasonry means different things to different people, and its members enjoy however as much of it as they wish. The fundamentally important thing is that once a man has become a Freemason he should remain as such and should be attached to a lodge. You have done that, and are to be commended for having done so.
You were initiated into this lodge on 8th June 1967, nearly 52 years ago, and were subsequently passed and raised to the degree of a Master Mason. Since then you have diligently paid your subscriptions and remained as a member of your Mother Lodge. In short you have remained faithful and have supported the Neyland Lodge.
To achieve 50 years membership of our institution is a marvellous thing, and I applaud you for attaining that landmark.