Lodges, Chapters & Individuals

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

Coldstream Guards officer, Capt. Matthew Burrows, ran Brazil’s jungle marathon On his 27th birthday, 18 February 2010, Lt. Dougie Dalzell MC of the Coldstream Guards was killed in an explosion while on patrol with his…

A Lift for Bowls Club

Sunday, 01 May 2011
Lodge of Enterprise No. 6494, which meets at the Mansfield Bowling Club in Highgate, North London, found they had a problem – they met on the first floor and elderly members needed help to mount…
Teddy Loving Care (TLC) charity came to the rescue when a Wii machine was stolen from a ward at Queen’s Medical Centre, having been unscrewed from the games room and removed. TLC, run by members…
Burlington Lodge, No. 3975, hosted a momentous event at Bridlington in the Province of Yorkshire North & East Ridings in November, when Past Deputy Grand Master Iain Ross Bryce celebrated his 50 years as a…
It was an international affair at the banner dedication ceremony for the Gavel & Staff Lodge No. 9835, whose members are toastmasters, with 17 Danish brethren being present. Their visit included visiting a lodge at…
Former Grand Secretary Jim Daniel was recently made a Doctor of Philosophy by the University of Sheffield for his thesis, The 4th Earl of Carnarvon (1831-90) and Freemasonry in the British Empire. When in 1989…

Is This a Record?

Sunday, 01 May 2011
Fellow Craft Norrie Millen had a rare raising in Benevolent Lodge, No. 303, which meets at Teignmouth in Devon, when the entire ceremony was conducted by Grand Officers in the absence of the Master, Don…
A meeting about business management led to David Carter being initiated into Meridian Lodge, No. 5060, Province of Cheshire, aged 18. David approached David Heathcote, manager of Stockport Masonic Guildhall, to interview him on business…

Back On Top

Sunday, 01 May 2011
In 1882, the Master of Loyal Berkshire Lodge of Hope No. 574, was Walter Wilson, who died in office aged 32 and was buried with full masonic honours, including a public procession, at Newbury. Walter…

Journey’s End In Charity Walk

Wednesday, 01 December 2010
With charity in mind, London mason Mick Forsdick of Lodge of New Hope, No. 6370, took almost two months between May and July to complete a solo 630-mile walk along the south-west coastal path, raising…
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