Quarterly Communication 10 December 2014 A speech by WV Bro Graham Redman, Deputy Grand Secretary, and VW Bro John Hamill, Assistant Grand Chancellor  GFR: MW Pro Grand Master and Brethren, a year ago we left the…
Careful consideration Pro First Grand Principal Peter Lowndes discusses when it is the right time to approach a member of the Craft to join the Royal Arch The Second Grand Principal has completed a series of meetings with Grand…
From the Grand  Secretary Gathering the views and opinions of our members has never been more important. We are determined to continue to work closely with Metropolitan London, the Provinces and the Districts throughout the…
The Board of General Purposes is proud to announce that the main London event celebrating 300 years of the United Grand Lodge of England will be held at the Royal Albert Hall in South Kensington on 31 October 2017…
Arriving in style Second Grand Principal George Francis made a dramatic entrance when he arrived in a DeLorean car for the installation of Charles Cunnington as Grand Superintendent of the Royal Arch Province of Derbyshire.…
Regular Convocation  12 November 2014 An address by the ME Pro First Grand Principal Peter Lowndes  Companions, the Second Grand Principal has just completed a series of meetings with Grand Superintendents. One of the topics of…
Regular Convocation 10 November 2014A talk by Ian Bell, Professional Organ Adviser, the Association of Independent Organ Advisers Most Excellent Pro First Grand Principal and companions, good morning. My name is Ian Bell, and I have been privileged…
Quarterly Communication 10 September 2014 An address by the MW the Pro Grand Master Peter Lowndes Brethren, at the Quarterly Communication held on the second of September 1914, one hundred years ago, the First World War had…

Beyond the city

Thursday, 04 September 2014
Talk of the town A city lawyer by profession, Sir David Wootton is the new Assistant Grand Master. He talks to Luke Turton about his time as London’s Lord Mayor and why he likes to perform You’ve been an…

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