Lodges, Chapters & Individuals

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

Specialist lodges: all the fun of the fair A newly-consecrated lodge has been set up for travelling showmen, John Jackson reports When the ancient Goose Fair, well over 700 years old, gets underway at Nottingham…
Emergency services: right place, right time Serving the community: two Masons win major rescue awards Lightning, they say, never strikes twice in the same place. Be that as it may, a unique event has hit…
The Spanish hero: How a mason of Spanish descent discovered his father's extraordinary masonic roots is revealed by Tom Forsyth When retired Keswick hotelier Teodoro Lopez, a Spaniard by birth, applied to become a Mason in…
Welsh award: keep the wheels turning A Welsh national sporting award has been won by Monmouthshire Mason Neil Smith Welsh Mason Neil Smith, from Newport, has won a prestigious national award for coaching and encouraging…
Ancient crafts: recreating the dawn of history An ancient boat building skill has earned Peter Faulkner an international reputation Britain, being an island, has long had a tradition of being involved with the sea, and…
Historic: suffer little children Dr Barnardo's name is synonymous with helping destitute children, but he was also a Freemason, as Yasha Beresiner reveals Dr Thomas John Barnardo (1845–1905), nicknamed ‘The Doctor’, was a leading reformer of…
Specialist lodges: masonry on the web Internet Lodge is about to have a Past Grand Master in its chair, as Mark Griffin explains Few lodges can boast as diverse a range of members as Internet…

A Consecration in Bristol

Tuesday, 01 June 1999
On 20 February 1999 Provincial Grand Chaplain Abdul K Adatia gave the following oration at the consecration of The Matthew Lodge No 9688 in the Provincial Grand Lodge of Bristol Brethren, We have the privilege…
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