Celebrating 300 years

Lodges, Chapters & Individuals

The United Grand Lodge of England currently has over a quarter of a million members meeting in over 8,000 Lodges.

When Tandridge Hundred Lodge No. 5767 heard that a local disabled riding group was raising funds for a ramp for their pupils, the decision was made that they would fund the whole project The ramp…
Cliff jump raises over £1,000 for Masonic Charitable Foundation Tony Andrews and Digby Lund, both from Lodge of Science and Art No. 8429 in Loughborough, made a jump off a cliff in Malaga on Sunday…
Firefighter Simon Jakeman of Elmbridge Lodge, No. 5838, Surrey, was awarded the British Empire Medal in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours List It was presented to him for services to the environment, sustainability and energy…
The lodges of the Furness and South Lakeland area in West Lancashire have come together to organise a fundraising boxing and dinner evening for the past 31 years Held each January at the Cumbria Grand…
For the first time since it was founded in 1934, members and guests of Blundell’s Lodge, No. 5467, held their meeting in Blundell’s School in Tiverton, Devon The event took place by permission of school…

Bristol consecrates Scouting lodge

Tuesday, 12 September 2017
As the Scout Movement celebrates its 110th year, the Province of Bristol has formed a new lodge dedicated to promoting Freemasonry though the Scouts and other youth organisations With its members having personal links with…
At a Tercentenary event in Chippenham, three local lodges played host to brethren and their partners from Loge Zur alten Linde, No. 368, which meets in Dortmund, Germany Fraternal visits have been taking place in…

Prince Philip honoured by Navy Lodge

Tuesday, 12 September 2017
Brethren of Navy Lodge, No. 2612, which meets at Freemasons’ Hall in London, have presented their most senior naval member, Admiral of the Fleet HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, with a gold Tercentenary Jewel at…
On Saturday 2nd September 2017 at the Civil Service Club, Great Scotland Yard, London SW1, the 3rd Metropolitan Grand Principal E Comp Robert Chevin, PGSoj, visited the Principals and Companions of Norfolk and Garden City…
On the home front The sacrifices made by Freemasons during World War I came on every scale, from those fighting overseas and those who remained in England, as Diane Clements explains By the early 1900s,…
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