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.

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…
Ghostly happenings in Dagger Lane Hull’s masonic hall in Dagger Lane, which has a purpose-built lodge room that has been in constant use since 1804, is rumoured to be haunted, so a real-life ghost-buster was called in…
Scout’s honour for Prestonian Lecture Tony Harvey’s 2012 Prestonian Lecture, ‘Scouting & Freemasonry: two parallel organisations?’ has raised more than £50,000 in three years. He has delivered the lecture 66 times, with the funds raised…
Cliff Hotel comes to the rescue It was a crisis situation when, the night before the installation meeting of Teifi Lodge, No. 4648, in Cardigan, the masonic hall was struck by lightning, requiring structural repairs.…
Victoria Cross heroes East Lancashire PGM Sir David Trippier took the chair of his own lodge, East Lancashire Centurion Lodge, No. 2322, when he headed a Provincial deputation to commemorate 100 years since the beginning of the…
Elgar connection honoured in Hereford The grave of mason Dr George Robertson Sinclair, an associate of composer Sir Edward Elgar (pictured), has been restored and rededicated at a ceremony in Hereford attended by Freemasons from the Province and…
Bexhill breast care patients to benefit The breast care unit at Conquest Hospital has received a £3,651 donation from Royal Sovereign Light Lodge, No. 6630, in Bexhill. Paul Lown, his wife Ellen and other lodge…
Paramedic help in Vanuatu Lodge of Discovery, No. 8737, of the South West Pacific Group of Lodges, which meets in Port Vila, Vanuatu, has supported a local paramedic service by assisting in the acquisition of a…
Historic Charterhouse hosts festival The 14th annual festival of the Association of Medical, University and Legal Lodges was held at London’s Charterhouse, founded in 1371, and hosted by medical and Universities Scheme lodge Æsculapius, No. 2410.  The…
West Wales supports special school gym Portfield School in Haverfordwest has around 140 pupils aged between three and 19 years old with severe, profound and multiple learning difficulties, autistic spectrum disorder, and other sensory and physical…
Wayne’s help for Stefan Ten years ago, Wayne Ingram of United Service Lodge, No. 3473, Portland, Dorset, was a soldier serving in Bosnia when he helped a young boy, Stefan, with life-threatening facial deformity. Wayne…
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