Lodges, Chapters & Individuals

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

Grey Friars Lodge, No. 5169, in Colchester, raised £1,000 at its Ladies Festival for the West Mersea Branch of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI), continuing the lodge’s long association with the area’s lifeboats. The…
Lodge Malaya, No. 5213, based at Freemasons’ Hall, London, and with members worldwide, has been fundraising for the MOMS (Multidisciplinary Obstetric and Midwifery Safety) programme, particularly in Africa. MOMS, run by Chelsea and Westminster Hospital,…
Saving a piece of history A £500,000 appeal has been launched to save a Victorian church at the centre of Rochdale. St Edmund’s Church has strong masonic associations and has been described as ‘Rochdale’s temple …
Reaching the age of 100 is a significant milestone, but to do so as Master of a lodge makes it an even more memorable event, and Harold Paine of Indefatigable Lodge, No. 237, in the…
Brian Todhunter, a member of Tuscan Oak and Lambert Head Lodge No. 6387, which meets at Pemberton Masonic Hall in Wigan has been invested with the Royal Victorian Order Medal. Brian played a significant part…
A donation of £1,848 was presented to Maria Parker, Area Voluntary Manager of Cancer Research UK, by W Bro Don Preddy and his wife Shan. The money had been raised by members of the Arrow…
The recently held Old English Night at Dephis Lodge heralded another wave of charitable giving to local organisations. Over the past decades Delphis has consistently recorded the highest per capita giving within the Province of…
Thanks to a grant of £9,000, Harrogate Hospital Radio – a charity which first took to the airwaves in 1977 – has been able to refurbish its off-air studio with a state-of-the art mixing desk…
David and Craig Shaw run a family business in the city of Hereford, Foil Technologies Limited, manufacturing specialist metals. As father and son they are now working even closer as brothers in Freemasonry. Following a…
Members of St Oswald Lodge No. 5170 were the first to see a newly restored copy of the extremely rare 1769 edition of the Book of Constitutions Lodge members had been so impressed by a…
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