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In its campaign to connect Freemasons at home and overseas, UGLE’s communications team has been taking Digital Workshops on the road In these uncertain times, effective communication is crucial to safeguard against a whole host…
These three armed forces lodges match the camaraderie and community of the military with the brotherhood of Freemasonry Household Brigade Lodge, No. 2614 Soon after leaving the Coldstream Guards in December 2010, Matthew Burrows began…

Grand Organ, Grand Temple

Friday, 05 June 2020
When Freemason Charles Grace volunteered to project-manage the restoration of the Grand Temple organ in Freemasons' Hall back in 2013, little did he know just what kind of commitment he was making 'I was a member…
Meet Ian Chandler, a retired police detective and Provincial Grand Master and Grand Superintendent for Surrey Ian Chandler’s introduction to Freemasonry came through a hobby of his: fishing. ‘The owner of my local tackle shop…
When John Tully was six, the colliery in his Northumberland home town closed down. His dad lost his job, and with it went their home, which was owned by the mining company. Fortunately, his mother…
When WB James Innes SLGR opened up about his struggle with depression, he experienced an outpouring of brotherly support from his fellow Freemasons. He shares his story Really, James? You? You’re the last person I…
It was a very good year. Not only did England win the World Cup in 1966, it was the start of the United Grand Lodge of England’s 250th anniversary celebrations. The Grand Master at that…
After standing shoulder to shoulder for many years in the scrum for Barry Rugby Football Club, Paul Haley (hooker), Phillip Nethercott (second row/prop) and Clive Thomas (back row) are teaming up once more. This time,…
Bank of England Lodge gives the Supreme Council a set of Georgian tracing boards originally presented by Dr Robert Crucefix This year marks the 175th anniversary of the Supreme Council for England and Wales, and…
This year Freemasons celebrated 11 years of participation in the Lord Mayor’s Show. John Parry, Metropolitan Grand Inspector, recounts the highlights of the day The world’s oldest, longest and most splendid civic procession, the annual…
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