Celebrating 300 years
Musical night in Durham for festival launch The Sage Gateshead, the world-class music venue on the banks of the River Tyne, was the stunning location to launch the Durham 2021 Festival in aid of the RMTGB.…
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…
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…
Local community first aid in Devon As part of their Tercentenary celebrations, Devonshire masons have combined with Devon Communities Together (DCT) to provide 300 first aid boxes to community buildings at a cost of over £7,000.…
Milestone for Warrington Museum The Warrington Museum of Freemasonry has come a long way since it was formally established under a Trust Deed in January 2014, with the trustees receiving confirmation that the museum had…
Diving for support Divers came together at the famous Pinewood Studios Underwater Stage at Iver Heath in Buckinghamshire for a 24-hour fundraising event in aid of Deptherapy. The charity runs tailored scuba-diving programmes for physically or…
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.…
Spirit of rugby in East Kent More than 500 rugby fans and masons filled the Margate Winter Gardens to witness the founding of Spirit of Rugby Lodge, No. 9922, formed by a group of more than…
Keeping on side with new soccer kit for Sidmouth Devonshire Freemasons have purchased new match day kit for the Sidmouth Raiders Under 14s football team. Manager Wade Monaghan commented, ‘We are absolutely delighted with our…
Canterbury connection An exhibition has opened in East Kent that reveals the enduring link between Canterbury Cathedral and local masons. Heather Newton, head of conservation at the cathedral, said, ‘[We are] grateful to the Freemasons…
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