Celebrating 300 years
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The United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE) is the governing body of Freemasonry in England, Wales and the Channel Islands.
Its headquarters are at Freemasons’ Hall, Great Queen Street, London WC2B 5AZ.

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Cause for celebration Pro Grand Master Peter Lowndes explains that while Freemasons should be proud when a lodge celebrates a milestone anniversary, the creation of a new lodge can be an equally significant landmark Last…
 I am pleased to let you know that your magazine, as part of our wider communications campaign, has been shortlisted for another award – this time within the Best Corporate and Business Communications category at…
Taking the initiative Pro Grand Master Peter Lowndes makes the case for a proactive and collaborative approach among Freemasons in order to ensure the future of masonry for generations to come I have consistently stressed…
ANNUAL INVESTITURE24 April 2013An address by the MW The Pro Grand Master Peter Lowndes Brethren, I congratulate all those of you that I have had the pleasure to invest today. This is, I hope, a…
I have long been fascinated by the study of the source and development of words, and with this comes a realisation that a word can be interpreted in several different ways. I mention this in…
Quarterly Communication13 March 2013An address by the MW the Pro Grand Master Peter Lowndes Brethren, In my address to Grand Lodge last December I commented that we should be proud of our history. I therefore…
Quarterly Communication of Grand Lodge16 March 2013Report of the Board of General Purposes The Minutes of the Quarterly Communication of 12 December 2012 were confirmed. HRH The Duke of Kent KG was re-elected as Grand…

'The Ruspini Legacy'

Wednesday, 13 March 2013
QUARTERLY COMMUNICATION13 March 2013An address by VW Bro Mike Woodcock, President, and W Bro Les Hutchinson, PAGDC, Chief Executive, Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys 'A celebration of 225 years in supporting children by…
Reflecting on the need to recruit new members, Pro Grand Master Peter Lowndes explains why Freemasonry should remember its history while keeping an eye firmly on the future Having finished the two yearly regional conferences…

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