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.

Caversham Lodge No. 3831 generously donate a much needed generator Caversham Freemasons' had already contributed to the cost of a new British Red Cross first aid unit for Reading that was launched last summer. More fundraising…
On Friday 3rd of October at Blackwood Masonic Hall a dinner was organised by the Islwyn Lodge No. 4725 in aid of the Jacobs Starz charity The guest speaker was Warren Gatland, the Welsh rugby coach,…
Leicester's War Memorial On the north side of the Holmes Lodge Room in Leicester's Freemasons’ Hall stands a war memorial tablet which details the names of the brethren who served in the Great War (WW1), and the seven Leicestershire and…
Surprise find at Monmouth Masonic Rooms Brethren of Loyal Monmouth Lodge No. 457 were surprised when a medieval guard tower was discovered in monmouth's masonic building during a preparatory survey and inspection for much needed…
The current Chairman of the Shrewsbury Masonic Hall Company, W Bro John Weaver, arranged for two of his predecessors to attend the converted former St Michael's Church, Crewe Street, Shrewsbury to inspect the modernisation of…
A bird in the hand The Devon branch of the Masonic Fishing Charity organised a day’s fishing at Blakewell’s Fishery near Barnstaple for six boys who are supported by Little Bridge House Children’s Hospice in south-west Devon.  The…
Classic cars and bacon butties The Masonic Classic Vehicle Club held one of its Sunday Breakfast Meets at the restaurant Zest at Lime Square, near Reading, involving a varied collection of 20 vehicles and their owners.…
Freemason Larry Riches has raised more than £5,000 for the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys and Prostate Cancer UK by driving a 100-year-old Model T Ford from Lisbon to Lincoln Together with co-drivers Richard Barrett…
Walking for the Rainbow Trust Members of Technical Lodge, No. 5666, which meets at Kingston-upon-Hull, East Yorkshire, and their partners walked the High Hunsley Circuit, a challenging 26-mile charity hike around the local villages that…
West Kent gymnast club funding Falcon Spartak Gymnastics Club, based at Hurstmere School in Sidcup, caters for gymnasts of all standards and ages and provides particular support for individuals with special needs.  Andrew Bull, the father…
Menin Gate remembrance Oxfordshire’s Bill Butcher and Peter Smith of Jersey Lodge, No. 2334, visited Ypres during a World War I commemorative tour and laid a wreath at the Menin Gate on behalf of the…
Mystery tour boosts charity research A recent fundraising effort – the magical mystery tour in aid of Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research – was organised by Derwent Lodge, No. 884. The event was led by Freemason…
Thomas brings joy to disabled riders A group of Freemasons and their friends raised thousands of pounds for charity to buy a nine-year-old horse called Thomas. Standing 15 hands high, Thomas is now a favourite among staff…
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