Celebrating 300 years
Shropshire goes walk about A band of walkers completed a 45-mile hike from the masonic hall at Constitution Hill, Wellington, to the masonic hall at Brand Lane, Ludlow, in Shropshire, in two 10-hour journeys.  …
A day of festivities at the Raby Gala Durham Freemasons celebrated a successful gala at Raby Castle on behalf of the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys, now part of the Masonic Charitable Foundation…
 The grand tour Each year, Library and Museum staff show more than 30,000 people around Freemasons’ Hall on daily tours. Have you been? A tour of Freemasons’ Hall reveals a building rich in history and…
Triple stand-in at Isaac Newton At a meeting of Isaac Newton University Lodge, No. 859, circumstances meant that the three senior officers of the lodge could not be present.   Not content with their responsibility…
Blue sky thinking London’s Air Ambulance is able to reach any location in the city within 10 minutes. Aileen Scoular discovers how Metropolitan Freemasons came together to help put a second helicopter in the air…
A peruvian adventure Emily Lane, 17, contacted a number of north Essex lodges for assistance in raising £5,000 to join an expedition to the Peruvian rainforest with the British Exploring Society. Vic Hodson, Charity Steward…
New library gallery celebrates tercentenary To mark Freemasonry’s 300th anniversary, a new and permanent gallery space opens this year with highlights from lodges across the centuries, complete with interactive displays about masonic symbolism and films…
Children’s ward gets new nebulisers Six nebulisers were presented by local Freemasons to the Children’s Ward at the Leicester Royal Infirmary via the Asthma Relief Charity by Leicestershire and Rutland PGM David Hagger. Nebulisers convert…
Paying tribute to heroes The 14th National Service Day at the National Memorial Arboretum, Alrewas, Staffordshire, was organised by Gerald Rose, chairman of the National Service Veterans Foundation and a Past Master of Staffordshire’s Sutton…
The brothers Sefton It was an all-family affair at Casnewydd Lodge, No. 6779, in Monmouthshire for the initiation of yet another brother Sefton. There were familiar faces around as Neil Sefton joined the Craft, with…

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