Celebrating 300 years
A sponsored walk across central Wales has raised £3,600 towards the purchase of two Ambulatory Infusion Pumps for patient use at the Hereford Macmillan Renton Cancer Unit. Freemasons Colin Tudor and his walking companion Ian…

Polaris support for CyberKnife

Thursday, 15 March 2012
A cultural event was held in aid of the CyberKnife Appeal, organised by Polaris Lodge and Chapter No. 4407 in association with other London lodges and chapters at the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan centre in West…

Canine partnership

Thursday, 15 March 2012
When the brethren of King Henry the Eighth Lodge raised substantial funds for the charity Canine Partners two years ago, wheelchair-bound Brian Haynes and his dog Beasley were invited to the lodge to receive a…
The Provincial Grand Chapter of Durham held a special convocation on Friday 18th November at the Masonic Hall, Alexandra Road, Gateshead. For this meeting 12 companions from The Provincial Grand Chapter of Bristol including their…
In the winter sunshine, a donation of £2,772 was presented to St Michael’s Hospice as part of the continuing annual programme of support awarded by The Freemasons’ Grand Charity to hospice services throughout England and…
Manager Frankie Devereux has welcomed Freemasonry in Herefordshire as the latest Guardian of The Haven in St Owen Street, Hereford.  Entirely dependent on charitable giving, The Haven which provides, completely free of charge, support to…

ARMY OF 1

Wednesday, 14 December 2011
Single-handedly rescuing his squadron after they were pinned down by heavy gunfire, Paddy Mayne’s life reads like a wartime page-turner. Matthew Scanlan tells the remarkable story of this SAS legend, wartime hero and FreemasonThe dark…

LONDON to Brighton

Wednesday, 14 December 2011
More than 100 riders cycled the 56 miles from Clapham Common to Brighton Pier, an annual event that is now part of the Middlesex masonic season. This year, six Provinces were represented, with a team…

Peak performers

Wednesday, 14 December 2011
Peter Reeves, his son James, both of Wembley Lodge, No. 2914, Middlesex, and son-in-law Mark Best of Bishopsway Lodge, No. 6061, London, scaled the 4,409ft Ben Nevis, 3,200ft Scafell Pike and 3,500ft Mount Snowdon, on…
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