Celebrating 300 years
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With visitors invited to explore Freemasons’ Hall, director of the Library and Museum Diane Clements explains to Caitlin Davies how this is leading to greater transparency Covent Garden is one of London’s tourist hot spots…
Moving together An innovative competition run by Buckinghamshire Freemasons is confronting stereotypes by giving young people the chance to show why they care. Sophie Radice reports from the ihelp finals The atmosphere in Beaconsfield Masonic…
From building staircases and painting intricate floral plasterwork through to restoring corridors to their former glory, Stan, Damien and Stuart are part of a devoted team of craftsmen at Freemasons’ Hall who ensure that the…

exploration party

Wednesday, 13 June 2012
Hundreds of young people descended on Freemasons’ Hall when it hosted the launch party of a kids’ TV show set in an English boarding school. Anneke Hak reports It’s a balmy spring day and for…

Built to last

Wednesday, 13 June 2012
John Hamill looks back on the construction of Freemasons’ Hall from the perspective of those who worked there Despite the economic problems, the 1920s was a period of great expansion for Freemasonry. It appealed to…
Was St Paul's Cathedral built by a mason? With Christopher Wren’s membership of the Craft remaining disputed, Dr James Campbell explains why he chose this subject for his 2011 Prestonian Lecture Sir Christopher Wren is so…

discovering old london

Wednesday, 13 June 2012
Did you know that before the flashing signs of Piccadilly Circus, a lavish restaurant called Café Monico stood there? A catalogue of historical objects reveals London in constant flux The sights of London attract millions…

The shared experience

Wednesday, 13 June 2012
A badly read piece of ritual is infinitely worse than a badly remembered piece, explains Director of Special Projects John Hamill When dealing with the media on behalf of Grand Lodge, one of the comments…
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