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.

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,…
As part of the Tercentenary celebrations, Guildford Freemasons entertained over 70 elderly and underprivileged local people to high tea, with the assistance of Age UK Surrey, Contact the Elderly and the local Lions and Rotary…
A charity which helps people with disabilities take part in sport has received a £4,500 donation from a group of Norfolk Freemasons Members of the Wroxham-based Boileau Lodge No. 6862 have completed a triathlon to…
Members of Norwich-based Naval and Military Lodge No. 3678 have donated £600 to the Dermatology and Skin Cancer Unit at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital The money was raised through a series of social…
Every year, Freemasons from several Daventry lodges get together to make a joint donation to a local recipient, which is chosen by the Worshipful Master of each lodge in turn This year it fell to…
Members of the public had a behind the scenes look inside Wroxham Masonic Centre, as Norfolk Freemasons opened their doors Over 100 visitors filled the temple and had the opportunity to see a demonstration by…
Brethren from Whitwell Lodge No. 1390 held a memorial service for Freemason Bro Tom Fletcher Mayson VC on 31st July 2017 – 100 years to the day that he was awarded the Victoria Cross (VC)…
Beaminster Museum in West Dorset is hosting a ‘300 years of Freemasonry’ exhibition which commemorates the Tercentenary of the formation of the first Grand Lodge of England The exhibition gives an insight into Freemasonry and in…
Originally founded as ‘The Black Fryers Bridge Lodge’ by operative masons working on the now famous river crossing, Cadogan Lodge No 162 celebrated its 250th anniversary in Temple 10 at Freemasons Hall, London, on Tuesday…
A 72-year-old Leicestershire Freemason will be undertaking an epic 215 mile cycle journey in aid of the Masonic Charitable Foundation, as a celebration of 300 years of English Freemasonry Rod Harpham, from Botcheston near Hinckley, will be…
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