Celebrating 300 years
It’s been 300 years since the well-known story of four London lodges who came together on St John’s Day, 24th June 1717 and founded the world’s first Grand Lodge To commemorate the Tercentenary of this date, a commemorative stone has been unveiled outside the Tower…
The Metropolitan Masonic Charity has donated £100,000 to provide immediate relief support for people affected by the Grenfell Tower fire on June 14th Sir Michael Snyder, Leader of London Freemasons, commented: 'This donation is made on behalf of…
A packed house descended on Freemasons’ Hall yesterday, as the Library and Museum of Freemasonry opened its doors for a Private View of ‘Rough to Smooth’ – an exhibition of contemporary artwork inspired by Freemasonry Visitors…
300 years young The Library and Museum of Freemasonry is organising an Open Day at Freemasons’ Hall on Saturday 24 June to mark the 300th birthday of the first masonic Grand Lodge in the world…
Quarterly Communication 14 June 2017 An address by VW Bro John Hamill, PGSwdB, Deputy Grand Chancellor MW Pro Grand Master and brethren, at a dinner party last year the conversation turned to the idea of time…
Quarterly Communication 14 June 2017 An address by the MW the Pro Grand Master Peter Lowndes Brethren, as we approach the 24th June 2017, the actual date of our Tercentenary Anniversary, it is very fitting that…
Brethen of Valour Special paving stones outside Freemasons’ Hall pay tribute to English Freemasons awarded the Victoria Cross in World War I A set of paving stones commemorating the 64 English Freemasons who were awarded…
Peak Time Viewing With a new documentary series revealing the workings of the Craft, Edwin Smith talks to Pro Grand Master Peter Lowndes about why this is the perfect opportunity for Freemasonry For certain members…
From the Grand Secretary We have been fortunate in recent months with extensive coverage across many media outlets. The Sky 1 documentary series has now finished and the DVD will be available for purchase in…
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