Lodges, Chapters & Individuals

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

Major Event For 2012 Olympics

Wednesday, 01 September 2010
In less than two years the Olympic flame will burn bright above London for the first time since 1948. Freemasonry was at the birth of the modern Olympic movement and masons were active in many…

Celebrating Wives and Friends

Wednesday, 01 September 2010
A Ladies Night at the Lodge, Or a Weekend Away?Many lodges hold an annual Ladies’ Night where members’ wives, partners and friends are invited for a formal dinner. But some lodges are more ambitious, they…
Bugle Major Cox of 4 Rifles gave Berkshire’s Vale of Loddon Chapter No. 8421, friends and families, an explanation of the historic development of the bugle within Light Infantry regiments at the Long Gallery, Englefield…

A Great Little Car

Wednesday, 01 September 2010
Epic Journeys In A ‘Tin Lizzie’ Are What Keep Larry Riches Going, As Julian Rees Found OutIn a 1903 ruby-red Cadillac I am bumping down a banked lawn in the grounds of Larry Riches’ Victorian…
David Harrison Looks At The Work Of This Pioneering Scientist It has been said that the discovery of the smallpox vaccine in the late eighteenth century by Freemason, Edward Jenner has saved more lives than…

Mystery Of The Clay Pipe

Wednesday, 01 September 2010
Brendan Morland was working in his garden when he came across an old clay pipe with the square and compasses engraved on it. There is also a crescent moon surrounded by six stars and a…

PGM’s Family Occasion

Wednesday, 01 September 2010
It was a special family occasion for Monmouthshire when Provincial Grand Master, The Rev. Malcolm Lane, installed his son Matthew into the chair of his mother lodge, St Gabriel No. 8711. Also present was Matthew’s…

Helping Chlöe

Wednesday, 01 September 2010
Brethren of Lodge of Union, No. 38 in Sussex, along with MCC (Madehurst Cricket Club!) and the Lions Club, raised funds at a cricket match with barbecue and raffles to provide a suitable wheelchair, unavailable…

Charity Walk For Local Hospital

Wednesday, 01 September 2010
A charity walk of 100 miles in eight days as a ‘thank you’ to staff of Hereford Hospital has provided financial support to improve the lives of future cancer patients. Colin Tudor, of Delphis Lodge…
Wiltshire Lodge of Agriculture No. 9090 has again organised the local Voices for Hospices event in support of the Dorothy House Hospice near Bath. The Concert raised £2,500 to which Provincial Grand Master Francis Wakem added a…
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