Lodges, Chapters & Individuals

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

A True Celebration

Thursday, 27 October 2011
Fifty years on from the Consecration of Delphis Lodge on 14th October 1961, the Worshipful Master Tony Weal welcomed as Founder Members Right Worshipful Brother Shotton Blench and Worshipful Brother Alwyn Williams to the Golden…
The work of “Teddies for Loving Care” up and down the country will be very familiar to many readers, the charity having become well established in most Provinces of England and Wales since it began…
Alma Mater Lodge No. 1492 has passed a motion that it should become a Receptor Lodge under the Universities' Scheme. The notice of motion was proposed by Rodney Wolverson, Provincial Grand Master of Cambridgeshire and seconded…
Lodge of Economy No. 76, marked its 250th anniversary with a ceremony at Guildhall Winchester attended by almost 250 brethrenThe ceremony began with the dedication of a new lodge banner, followed by a talk tracing…
Race for posterity to the south pole This November witnesses the Scott-Amundsen Centenary Race to the south pole. Two teams, each with three serving members of HM Forces, will retrace the legendary steps of Captain…
A group of Bath Spa students, enrolled on the Enlightenment module, have attended a special tour of Bath Masonic Hall and Museum.This soon-to-be annual event was organised by Professor William Hughes, Lodge of Concord, No.…
As the iconic Jaguar E-Type reaches its 50th birthday, the Masonic Classic Vehicle Club has been staging stunning displays of rare cars at events across the country.With the Jaguar E-Type, arguably the most iconic motor-car…
A centre offering outdoor education for all ages and abilities has received a £20,000 grant from the Lodge of the Three Graces, No. 408, Province of Yorkshire, West Riding.Nell Bank, in Ilkley, is akin to…
Dennis Ramsey, 76, has been praised by Surrey Police after stopping a thief.The grandfather of 15, and a well-known Freemason, was shopping in Horley when he witnessed a man running from a supermarket, chased by…

SIX DAYS ACROSS THE SAHARA

Friday, 16 September 2011
For Freemason Matt Pilgrim, raising money to help deprived children came the hard way.A member of Slough-based Orion Lodge, No. 8756, Pilgrim took part in a punishing 151-mile, six-day endurance race across the Sahara desert…
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