Celebrating 300 years

Lodges, Chapters & Individuals

The United Grand Lodge of England currently has over a quarter of a million members meeting in over 8,000 Lodges.

It seems hard to believe that thirty years have passed since the Chernobyl Disaster shocked the World. On 26 April 1986 an explosion at at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in The Ukraine released large…
Eureka Lodge No. 3763 having been consecrated on 18 February 1916, held at the Litherland Masonic Hall, by dispensation, an extra special meeting in the lodge’s history, that being its centenary meeting, 100 years to…
The Black Country Heritage Lodge No. 9702’s demonstration team was at Cleobury Lodge No. 6972 in the Province of Shropshire recently – and a ‘bosting’ time seems have been had by all! The ritual was…

Father and sons act on the square

Tuesday, 16 February 2016
Through the years many Masons have had the pleasure if initiating their son into Freemasonry. Very few Masons have had the honour of initiating two sons into their lodge. One such Mason who has had…
There was a big surprise for one member of an East Kent Lodge, when a very special visitor made an unexpected visit to present a long service certificate. Members of Rochester Castle Lodge No.9260 had…
Fleetwood Freemasonry Freemasonry has flourished in Fleetwood for over 152 years and can trace its roots on the local scene back to 1863 when its oldest lodge, Hesketh Lodge No. 950, named after the town’s…
Forget-Me-Not charity set up by Freemason brothers to help the homeless The adjective term of a ‘down and out’ person relates to a person being without money, a job, or a place to live, in fact…
We all know that white weddings can be eye-wateringly expensive and the real cost may turn out to be double the first number you might think of! When Bro Andy Gough and his bride-to-be Maria…

A Freemason Down Under

Thursday, 17 December 2015
After visiting a number of other lodges whiles they were all very friendly the meeting days did not suite my work and when I was getting up at 4am to go to work lodges that…
Ian Mould was born in Bedfordshire and has lived there all his life and his father, Gordon Mould, is a Freemason and member of the Old Dunstablians’ Lodge No. 5974.  From an early age Ian…
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