Lodges, Chapters & Individuals

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

How open should we be? London's Kent Club continued its series of educational events with a visit to Kent Lodge No. 15, who were receiving a talk by the Grand Secretary, Nigel Brown, entitled: PR:…
On the 19th May 2013, W Bro Stephen Gurr, accompanied by his wife Janet and W Bro Ryan Smith of Manor Royal Lodge No. 8296, visited Chestnut Tree House children’s hospice, in Sussex, to present…
Music to their ears Surrey masons Fred Scott and John Collins have composed their first piece of music: Sovereign Lord, an oratorio. Her Majesty the Queen accepted a presentation copy of the score to mark…
Stamp of approval Devon mason Trevor Fray has had an exhibition of his masonic stamp collection displayed at a public library in Plymouth. Trevor, president of the Masonic Philatelic Club, is a member of St…
Pro Grand Master family connection Pro Grand Master Peter Lowndes was taken on a journey into his masonic lineage when he visited Berkhampstead Lodge, No. 504, in Hertfordshire, in which his great-grandfather, William Lowndes, was…
The brass band proms More than 400 visitors attended the second event held by The Freemasons of Bassetlaw Committee, which links all 12 Craft lodges meeting in Retford and Worksop, at which the Thoresby Colliery…
Bradford re-enactment With the first masons admitted in Bradford in 1713, a special re-enactment was performed 300 years later in the city for the Province of Yorkshire, West Riding. Wearing dress appropriate to the era,…
Antient lodge rescued The Berkshire Lodge of Visiting Masons has rescued an East Lancashire Atholl Lodge, which was about to surrender its warrant. As a result, Commerce Lodge, No. 215, which dates back to 1796…
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…
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