Lodges, Chapters & Individuals

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

Wedding present for Grand Charity When Shropshire mason Andy Gough married Maria at St Peter’s Church, Rushbury, near Church Stretton, wedding presents were notably absent – instead they had asked guests to make a charitable donation, raising £1,000.…
Travelling to Timaru In Timaru, New Zealand, Tony Mansfield has been installed as Master of Lodge of St John, No. 1137, more than 150 years after his great, great grandfather, William Mansfield, was installed as…
A family tradition May Fair Lodge, No. 8294, which meets at Mark Masons’ Hall in London, has a strong family history with no less than 13 father and son relationships in its short 46-year history, three…
Surprise guest at West Wales chapter The Pro First Grand Principal Peter Lowndes was a surprise guest at the installation meeting of Dinbych Chapter, No. 1177, in the Province of West Wales. Bradley Davies, a long-time friend of…
Shining example to us all Not many lodges can boast that amongst their membership they have the second oldest subscribing Freemason in England Lathom Abbey Lodge No. 6286, meeting at the Ormskirk Masonic Hall in…
Channel hopping On the 3rd May 2016, three members of the Beacon Lodge No. 5208 travelled to France to accompany Bro Joshua Symonds to a meeting of La Loge Ad Augusta, Per Angusta No. 617…
Foxes never quit Bro Monty Katchick, Junior Warden of the Wayfarer Lodge No. 8679 which meets in Coalville, Leicestershire, is one of the singers appearing on a charity song Foxes Never Quit (Glory Glory Leicester…
Silver service Holmes Lodge No. 4656, which meets at Freemasons’ Hall, Leicester, has been most fortunate to acquire two beautiful silver coffee pots which form a lost part of the lodge's history but they could…
Och Aye the Blue The Leicestershire and Rutland Light Blue Club started their 2016 with a visit to Scotland and to two of the oldest masonic lodges in the world and to top it all…

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