Lodges, Chapters & Individuals

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

The friends and colleagues of Tom Jackson gathered at Chorley Masonic Hall, in the Province of West Lancashire, for a meeting of St George’s Lodge of Chorley No. 7161 to celebrate Tom's 50 years in…
Earlier this summer, Buckinghamshire Freemasons John Waller and Martin Robinson of St Giles Lodge No. 8555, walked the route of Hadrian’s Wall, coast to coast from Newcastle to Bowness on Solway – covering a distance…
Lodge Centenaries are always special occasions and Thursday 13th September 2018 was such an occasion for Edgware Lodge No. 3886 in Middlesex The Centenary meeting of Edgware Lodge No. 3866 meeting was held at the Harrow…
The culmination of the  East Lakes Group five mile challenge took place on 23rd August 2018, when the Worshipful Master of Derwentwater Lodge No. 6375 in Cumbria, Arthur Turner, had the great pleasure in presenting…
John Lawrence of Kinson Lodge No. 5331 in Dorset has had great pleasure in presenting a cheque for £500 to Curt Marlow of the Wave Project Dorset The Wave Project is the UK's surf therapy charity,…
The doors of Paddock Wood Masonic Hall in the Province of East Kent have been opened to visitors on several occasions, but this year, to mark the centenary of the end of the First World…
It started with what seemed a good idea at the time, when Keith Edwards said to his friend Keith Appleton: 'I want to play my guitar on the top of England’s highest mountain, and I…
With the Provincial Grand Lodge of Devonshire entering a five-year festival this year, the Widows Sons South west Chapter were keen to add their support How best to raise money for the Festival and combine…
Life is good After an attack left Clive Jones blind at the age of 26, he put the pieces of his life back together with the support of the community. Now, Freemasonry is helping him to give back Eleven…
Those who dwell in the silent cities With Rudyard Kipling as one of its founding members,  how did a masonic lodge created for those serving  in the Imperial War Graves Commission in northern  France find its way to…
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