Celebrating 300 years
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From the Grand Secretary Normally, July and August are quiet months in which we relax and prepare ourselves for the new masonic season ahead. Such a period of calm has been noticeably absent this year,…
Securing our future Pro Grand Master Peter Lowndes is encouraged and humbled by members’ efforts as they ensure the Tercentenary year is a success In our Tercentenary year, it is fitting that we look back…
Hearts & Minds For Ray Reed, past Deputy President of the Board of General Purposes and Past Provincial Grand Master of Buckinghamshire, the process of change that he helped to introduce within Freemasonry is only just…
Craft on canvas In its Tercentenary year, the United Grand Lodge of England’s first ever Artist in Residence, Jacques Viljoen, gives a fresh perspective on Freemasonry On 24 June, the general public were invited into Freemasons’…

The return of Soane’s Ark

Tuesday, 12 September 2017
Thirty years in the making, a replica of the Ark of the Masonic Covenant is being crafted to serve as a permanent memorial of the Union of the two Grand Lodges. John Hamill explains its…
The Library and Museum has acquired a portrait of Lord Petre, the Grand Master who proved instrumental in the building of the first Freemasons’ Hall at Great Queen Street Freemasons’ Hall in London has hosted…
The United Grand Lodge of England set the challenge on Twitter of recreating Masonic band names and there were some fascinating results We tried to set the bar with our own picks of Blink 1717…
Continuing a tradition of excellent craftsmanship from when Freemasons’ Hall was first built, the new washroom area outside the Grand Temple has received a special mention for the tiling This recognition was given at the…
It’s been 300 years since the well-known story of four London lodges who came together on St John’s Day, 24th June 1717 and founded the world’s first Grand Lodge To commemorate the Tercentenary of this date, a commemorative stone has been unveiled outside the Tower…
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