Lodges, Chapters & Individuals

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

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…
Despite some less than ideal conditions, six members of Wentworth Lodge No. 737, led by W Bro Rob Mallett, successfully completed a canoeing marathon from Northampton to Peterborough, raising funds for Great Ormond Street Hospital…
Mrs Eileen Jackson, the Founder and Chair of the Somerset Masonic Widows Association, has been named in the New Year's Honours list by HM The Queen by the award of an MBE for her services to charity…
Our lives consist of periods of searching – looking back in history, contemplating the present and considering the future. Imagine how interesting it would be if you could examine a masonic dynasty of a hundred…
Raising funds, and his charity's profile, Tommy took his collecting box to meet the Prime Minister When blind London mason Tommy Mulholland went to Downing Street to meet Prime Minister David Cameron there was one…

Missouri sees English degrees

Friday, 14 December 2012
Three years of planning – following a suggestion by Jim Morris of St Clair Lodge, No. 24, in Belleville, Illinois – resulted in a trip by English masons to St Louis, Missouri, that involved four degree…
Lodge of Union, No. 38, celebrated its bicentenary at Goodwood House. The country estate, near Chichester in Sussex, is the seat of the Duke of Richmond, many of whom have been masons over the centuries. Lodge…
Making waves in Windermere A gruelling swim by Dave Neal took him along the 10.5-mile length of Windermere in the Lake District to raise funds for Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research. Dave has been passionate about…
Best foot forward Keith Pauling of Rathcreedan Lodge, No. 8690, Province of Oxfordshire, set off on a 290-mile walk across the Macmillan Way, from Boston in Lincolnshire, to Chesil Beach inDorset, in aid of Macmillan…
Lodge preserves Berwick history Previously undiscovered facts about Berwick-upon-Tweed’s history were brought to light when the town’s record office, museum and The King’s Own Scottish Borderers Museum were invited to look at the records of…
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