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.

Healthy partnership Devonshire’s Philammon Lodge, No. 3226, and Pelican Lodge, No. 7878, raised £10,800 at a charity sportsman dinner in memory of two of their brethren, one from each lodge, who died of pancreatic cancer.…
Dorset help for Thai school When Tony Birch married his wife Anan he did not imagine that he would end up adopting a failing school in Thailand, or that friends and members of Amphibious Lodge, No. 9050, in Dorset would…
Teddies to the rescue All three of Berwick-upon-Tweed’s lodges were represented at the Berwick Infirmary to promote the TLC (Teddies for Loving Care) Appeal, which provides soft toys for children in A&E units all over the UK. ‘The…
Warrington lodge reaches 250th anniversary Lodge of Lights, No. 148, the oldest lodge in the Warrington Group in the West Lancashire Province, has celebrated its 250th anniversary. Among the 150-strong gathering were Provincial Grand Master Tony…
Classic car club’s record signings Described by many as the most beautiful racing car ever built, a 1958 Maserati 250F featured on the Masonic Classic Vehicle Club’s stand at the Classic Motor Show at the…
The Provincial Perambulator Clive Jones, a Past Master from Shropshire, has walked 11 miles in aid of a masonic charity. The former Welsh Guardsman lost his sight in an off-duty assault, and heard that brethren from…
Bromley in step at Royal hospital Two members of the Chelsea Pensioners – Audrey Merton, 85, and Douglas Hassell, 98 – are sleeping easier after Bromley Freemasons from Mandalay Lodge, No. 9383, Mandalay Chapter and the Mandalay Club dug…
At the meeting of Wednesday 27th January 2016 held at Mark Masons' Hall, the members of May Fair Lodge No. 8294 were treated to a double Initiation of two 21-year-old Lewis', witnessed by 25 members…
Craft brewing Members of Thorpe Bay Lodge in Southend have been making and selling their own bitter to raise money for charity. Imogen Beecroft raises a glass to Lest We Forget People couldn’t believe it when…
Bridging the gap The Iron Bridge Lodge in Shropshire is attracting younger members with a blend of social media, streamlined ceremonies and core masonic values, as Peter Watts discovers On 1 February 2016, something happened in Shropshire…
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