Lodges, Chapters & Individuals

The United Grand Lodge of England currently has around 200,000 members meeting in over 7,000 Lodges.

Centenary walk for Somerset lodge On Tuesday October 8 Nyanza Lodge, No. 1197, in Somerset celebrated 100 years in their existing Lodge building in Berrymans Lane, Ilminster, by walking from their first home in North…
A Cancer Research UK trial looking into new ways of treating prostate cancer has been given a £1,500 funding boost from the Somerset Farmers’ Lodge The donation, raised during the term of office of WM Richard…
More than fair The Showmen’s Lodge has been bringing together fairground rides, local communities and Freemasonry since it was consecrated in 2007. Ellie Fazan meets the members and spends a day on the dodgems. For…
Independent voice Past editor of Freemasonry Today, Michael Baigent was a successful author and influential mason whose writing sparked debate and created a loyal following. John Hamill looks back at his career It is with…
Three masons in a boat What happens when you’re half way across the Atlantic and the engine dies? With two fellow Freemasons as travel companions, Bob Clitherow recounts the ups and downs of life on…
Behind the scenes As the masonic adviser in the private office, John Vazquez is the Mr Fix-it of Freemasons’ Hall, providing all the expertise, support and sometimes regalia to make sure that lodge meetings go…
A forgotten hero Crucial in the creation of Freemasonry as we know it today, Francis Rawdon had bold ambitions that saw him twice almost becoming Prime Minister, as John Hamill discovers Francis Rawdon, Baron Rawdon,…
Don't look down After being diagnosed with a brain tumour last year, Peter Duff has shown much courage and determination. He was desperate to continue his masonic duties and in March this year was installed …
Ringing the changes at Ledbury There is nothing like showing the flag, and members of Eastnor Lodge, No. 751, in the Province of Herefordshire set up a stall outside the Feathers Hotel in Ledbury to…
Everyone’s a winner More than 700 children and carers visited the second annual funfair for people with additional needs. Organised at Long Eaton by Derbyshire masons, the event was held for children with conditions such…
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