Celebrating 300 years
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A criminal mast£r plan Thanks to two Great Yarmouth masons thirty years ago, an anonymous informant scheme travelled from the US to Norfolk before going nationwide. Robert Price charts the rise of Crimestoppers According to…
Rose-tinted glasses Director of Special Projects John Hamill crunches the numbers to show why we should not hark back to a bygone age when Freemasonry was thriving The sad aspect of reading the business paper…
Falklands meeting with The Duke Last November, a pilgrimage was organised to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Falklands conflict. A group of veterans and next of kin of those who fell in the war…

London beneath the covers

Friday, 15 March 2013
London beneath the covers London Hidden Interiors author Philip Davies gives an exclusive tour around some of the capital’s best conserved and least known interiors – including Freemasons’ Hall Aldwych Underground StationStrand, WC2R 1EP Listed:…

The senior fraternity

Thursday, 07 March 2013
As the Universities Scheme recruits younger members, Caitlin Davies reports on how older Freemasons are staying involved in the Craft Three years ago, Steward Philip Hadlow heard some interesting news. Plans were afoot for a…
A career set in stone Emily Draper, twenty-six, is Worcester Cathedral’s first female stonemason apprentice. Tabby Kinder finds out how Freemason support has helped Emily to carve out a dream career Perched on a dusty…
Where freedom exists, Freemasonry can flourish. Director of Special Projects John Hamill explains why the Craft thrives in democratic societies In January, National Holocaust Memorial Day passed almost unnoticed in the media, and where it…

Turning heads

Friday, 14 December 2012
Turning heads Twice a year, Freemasons’ Hall plays host to shows for London Fashion Week, with press from around the world in attendance. Ellie Fazan finds out what happens when fashion and Freemasonry come together…
While much is known about the endeavours of the Dambusters, Squadron Leader Jerry Fray’s more covert role of photographing the resulting destruction is far less familiar Almost seventy years ago, the Royal Air Force No.…
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