The Official Journal of the United Grand Lodge of England

Lodges, Chapters & Individuals

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

The members of Stretford with Trafford Lodge No.4379 were joined by many guest from around the Province, foremost of these was the Provincial Grand Master, Tony Harrison who had been invited to attend the meeting…
The members of the Lodge of Concord No. 343 celebrated the bi-centenary of its consecration The lodge was honoured by the attendance of the Deputy Grand Master, Jonathan Spence, accompanied by other distinguished brethren, including…
VC Grave Concern charity receives £500 donation At the Installation meeting of Leicestershire and Rutland Lodge of Installed Masters No. 7896 on Friday 10th April 2015 at Freemasons’ Hall, Leicester, the new Master, W Bro Ian Johnson…
The Provincial Grand Master of Leicestershire and Rutland, RW Bro David Hagger, was kindly offered and willingly accepted the gavel at the meeting of Wiclif Lodge No. 3078, which meets at Lutterworth Masonic Hall, in…
Katie Farmer, Fundraiser for Wye Valley NHS Trust Charitable Fund, recently met with W Bro Richard James and Alison, the wife of W Bro Keith Price, the Past Master of Bromyard’s Saint Peter’s Lodge No.…
Lodge of Research No. 2429, which meets at Freemasons’ Hall, Leicester, was the scene for a unique event: the first time it had been addressed by a female researcher after their meeting on 23rd March…
Beneath the imposing shadow of the magnificent 11th century Windsor Castle, Berkshire Freemasons and their friends were a high profile addition to the street scene on 31st January 2015, there to promote the Windsor Masonic…
A buzz of expectation filled the church of St Margaret of Antioch, St Anne’s on Sea, as parishioners, Freemasons and visitors crowded the pews for the sixth annual Shrove Tuesday Debate The motion before the…
A rare a special sighting in West Lancashire One of the most treasured and iconic images of British history and tradition is the distinctive scarlet-plumaged Chelsea Pensioner with its characteristic tricorne hat. Whilst this exceptional…
Tony Harrison, PGM of West Lancashire, made his first visit to Warrington Masonic Hall to open the Museum and Library started by Vic Charlesworth in 2010 Vic told Tony that he started the collection with…
Epic charity run wins award Lincolnshire mason Larry Riches has raised more than £12,000 for Prostate Cancer UK after he drove his 1914 Model T Ford from Lancaster Lodge, No. 9413, near Lisbon, Portugal, to Witham…
Stroke care trainer receives national award James Benson, a physiotherapist who works as a trainer for the Stroke Association, has received a prestigious national award for his work developing the first formal qualifications for stroke carers. James…
Respect and remembrance Members of Stokenchurch Lodge, No. 7438, have paid tribute to the war dead at St Peter and St Paul churchyard, in the Buckinghamshire village of Stokenchurch, by polishing the headstones of seven…
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