The Official Journal of the United Grand Lodge of England
Our beautiful Art Deco headquarters is again participating in Open House London Open House is your opportunity to get out and get under the skin of the amazing architecture in every London neighbourhood. On the…
East Kent Freemasons raise £3.65 million for The Grand Charity Freemasons in the Province of East Kent celebrated a major fundraising campaign on Saturday 28th June 2014, when a cheque for more than £3.65 million…
A rare and telling exhibition at the National Museum in Warsaw retraces Freemasonry's fascinating history The exhibition has been constructed as an initiation rite and leads the viewer through the path taken by new recruits.…
Some fantastic images taken in and around Freemasons' Hall over the past week, during London Fashion Week and Fashion Scout! Keep checking this page for more photo updates. And a big thank you to the…
The Provincial Grand Lodge of Jersey is delighted to announce that Tuesday the 2nd September will the see the culmination of its chosen 2013/14 charity appeal when a paediatric colonoscope shall be donated to the…
Free talk at the Library and Museum of Freemasonry Sir Alfred Robbins: Prime Minister of Freemasonry and the First World War Thursday 2nd October 2014 6–7.30pm Freemasons’ Hall, London Dr Paul Calderwood will talk about Sir Alfred Robbins…
Covent Garden Tube station has named one of their plant pots after Freemasons' Hall! Thanks Covent Garden!
A chance to delve into history for one day only will see the doors of series of iconic Marlow buildings thrown open to the public for free next Saturday Historic St Peter Street is the…
All walks of life This summer, lodges across Wales united in a challenge to trek 1,000 miles in sixty days to support a children’s hospital. Sarah Holmes put on her hiking boots to spend a day…
Garibaldi descendant comes to London In June, the Library and Museum of Freemasonry held a private view of its exhibition Garibaldi in London, which was attended by members of the Italian community in London, including…
Devonshire masons on show in Plymouth History was made in July in the City of Plymouth when, for the first time since 1938, 40 Freemasons from over 36 lodges in the Province of Devonshire took…
The seat of political power in Manitoba is the last place one might expect to find the bust of Medusa, recurring odes to '666' and the number 13, alongside Egyptian sphinxes etched with hieroglyphics But…
From living in New York to showcasing her final university collection at Graduate Fashion Week (GFW), young designer Rebecca Swann is already making footsteps in the fashion industry But things are set to get even…
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