Lodges, Chapters & Individuals

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

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…
Cycling from south to north Campaigning for charity can be exhausting, as Robert Crawford discovered when he spent 65 hours in the saddle to complete the 908-mile Land’s End to John O’Groats cycle ride for…
Charity at 15,000 feet It was a leap of faith for charity by Kevin Hutton of Horsford Lodge, No. 5339, Province of Yorkshire, West Riding, when he made a fundraising parachute jump for the RMBI…

Saying it with flowers

Friday, 14 December 2012
Saying it with flowers Freemasonry in the Community was at work when Harpenden Lodge and St Nicholas Lodge (named after the parish church) sponsored one of the many flowerbeds that adorn this attractive Hertfordshire town.…
Fundraising on water Bassetlaw masons, led by Neil Airey of Worksop Priory Lodge, No. 7443, brought together 12 charity stewards and volunteers from lodges meeting at Worksop and Retford to raise funds for two charities…
A good catch Members of Flyfishers’ Lodge, No. 9347, and Saint Oswald Lodge, No. 850, from Ashbourne in Derbyshire, used their annual competition to launch a wheelyboat for disabled anglers. The funding was raised by…
The Association of Medical, University and Legal Lodges (AMULL) celebrated its 12th annual festival at Lincoln’s Inn in London, in the presence of Deputy Grand Master Jonathan Spence, his wife Almudena and Metropolitan Grand Master Russell…
Tank driving re This year’s annual re of the 1991-1992 Board of Grand Stewards took place, with wives, on the north Norfolk coast, near Weybourne, at the Muckleburgh Military Collection. They were able to drive…
Global brotherhood That Freemasonry is a worldwide brotherly organisation was recently brought home to Martin Cargill, a biker with a group of the Widows Sons International Motorcycle Association, who meet around East London, Essex and…
The Weymouth-based MV Freedom is a specially adapted boat with full wheelchair access which regularly provides trips to sea for those less able or with learning difficulties, in a safe, enjoyable and comfortable environment. Friends…
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