Celebrating 300 years
The link between Rahere Lodge and St Bartholomew's Hospital is explained by John M. Grange One of the most awe-inspiring and atmospheric buildings in all of London is the Priory Church of St. Bartholomew-the-Great in…
Public service: serving the public Pullman car veteran Tom Harding talks to John Jackson about his meetings with the famous At 93, Tom Harding, a Mason for more than 50 years, is as sharp as…

Reviewing the Charities

Thursday, 19 April 2007
Julian Rees on the Story of Iain Ross Bryce Iain Ross Bryce, one of the most instantly recognisable figures in English Freemasonry, retired last year after fifteen years as Deputy Grand Master. It is probably…
Freemasonry Today seeks some answers about its formation  At a convocation of Grand Chapter on Wednesday 13th November, a notice of motion was given for changes to the Royal Arch Regulations in order to allow…
Specialist lodges: all the fun of the fair A newly-consecrated lodge has been set up for travelling showmen, John Jackson reports When the ancient Goose Fair, well over 700 years old, gets underway at Nottingham…
Emergency services: right place, right time Serving the community: two Masons win major rescue awards Lightning, they say, never strikes twice in the same place. Be that as it may, a unique event has hit…
The Spanish hero: How a mason of Spanish descent discovered his father's extraordinary masonic roots is revealed by Tom Forsyth When retired Keswick hotelier Teodoro Lopez, a Spaniard by birth, applied to become a Mason in…
Welsh award: keep the wheels turning A Welsh national sporting award has been won by Monmouthshire Mason Neil Smith Welsh Mason Neil Smith, from Newport, has won a prestigious national award for coaching and encouraging…
Ancient crafts: recreating the dawn of history An ancient boat building skill has earned Peter Faulkner an international reputation Britain, being an island, has long had a tradition of being involved with the sea, and…
Historic: suffer little children Dr Barnardo's name is synonymous with helping destitute children, but he was also a Freemason, as Yasha Beresiner reveals Dr Thomas John Barnardo (1845–1905), nicknamed ‘The Doctor’, was a leading reformer of…
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