Lodges, Chapters & Individuals

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

Caledonian Lodge celebrates 250 years The 250th anniversary of Caledonian Lodge, No. 134, was held at the Royal Masonic School for Girls in Hertfordshire. A founder of Caledonian Lodge, Anthony Ten Broeke was a principal…
Bede College Lodge No. 4840 is hosting a charity concert by the Murton Colliery Band to raise funds for the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys, as well as the band themselves. It will…
The consecration of the Armed Forces Lodge No. 9875 was all set to take place the third week of January with many prominent masons booked in to attend. Unfortunately Mother Nature does what she often…
Jasper Tudor Lodge No. 4074 in Monmouthshire held a fundraising evening for the Province's current Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys Festival. Several of the Jasper Tudor members are also members of Maindee Martial…
The members of Bishop Sara Rose Croix Chapter have donated ten height-adjustable foot stools to aid recovery of knee replacement patients in Hereford County Hospital’s Teme Ward. Illustrious Brother Tony Weal, a member of Delphis…
In 1986 I was invited to join my brother to become a Freemason and a member of Grove Park Kent Lodge. During my tenure I have been fortunate and humbled to have been Master of…
Malcolm, who is now 60, was born in Epsom and lived in Leatherhead as a child although, in his own words, he spent most of his time until the age of 12 in Great Ormond…
Life-changing lessons Crossing five thousand miles and overcoming huge communication barriers, two Freemasons set up an inspirational school in Zambia. Ellie Fazan reports on their astonishing story When teachers Tony Foster and Adam Williams took…
Charity wheelbarrow push to the top of Mount Snowdon in aid of the National Autistic Society On the 18th August 2012 two brethren of Silurian Lodge No. 471 in the Province of Monmouthshire completed a…
Norman was born in Heaton, Newcastle 6th March 1920, the son of a butcher, an only child and Lewis. At the age of 15 having passed the necessary entrance examination, Norman left school to start…
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