Celebrating 300 years
Buckinghamshire masons have raised £2,639,403 during their five-year Festival for the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys. The total was announced in the Grand Temple at Freemasons’ Hall, London, in the presence of the…

Essex lodge joins University Scheme

Wednesday, 01 December 2010
Ostrea Lodge No. 8209 has become the designated lodge for the Masonic University Scheme in the Province of Essex in a ceremony held in the presence of the Assistant Grand Master David Williamson, Provincial Grand…

Light of Siam Lodge No. 9791

Wednesday, 01 December 2010
Howard Digby-Johns recalls the day the tsunami struck The overwhelming awfulness was that we knew nothing. You could have been 500 yards from people consumed by the water and see and hear nothing. Forget the…

Masonic Mentoring - A Vision

Friday, 01 October 2010
Mentoring as a concept has been widely embraced by members of the Craft and as The Pro Grand Master, MW Bro Peter Lowndes, said in his address to the Provincial Grand Lodge of West Lancashire…

Major Event For 2012 Olympics

Wednesday, 01 September 2010
In less than two years the Olympic flame will burn bright above London for the first time since 1948. Freemasonry was at the birth of the modern Olympic movement and masons were active in many…
In May, Hackney Brook Lodge, No. 14 (formerly No. 7397 UGLE), working under a temporary warrant granted by the Grand Lodge of Estonia, initiated Risto Feodorov, the first time that Emulation had been worked by…

Celebrating Wives and Friends

Wednesday, 01 September 2010
A Ladies Night at the Lodge, Or a Weekend Away?Many lodges hold an annual Ladies’ Night where members’ wives, partners and friends are invited for a formal dinner. But some lodges are more ambitious, they…
Bugle Major Cox of 4 Rifles gave Berkshire’s Vale of Loddon Chapter No. 8421, friends and families, an explanation of the historic development of the bugle within Light Infantry regiments at the Long Gallery, Englefield…

Evensong at Canterbury Cathedral

Wednesday, 01 September 2010
The Province of East Kent has two cathedrals, enabling the biennial masonic evensong to be held at either of them. In recent years the service has been held at Rochester Cathedral, but this year Canterbury…

The Show Goes On At Bath Museum

Wednesday, 01 September 2010
Bath’s impressive masonic museum in Orchard Street has moved to the vaults and is now open to the public for tours, illustrating the site’s unique history as the first provincial theatre to obtain a Royal…
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