Provinces, Districts & Groups

Lodges meeting in London (an area generally within a 10-mile radius of Freemasons’ Hall), are administered by the Metropolitan Grand Lodge of London, whilst those meeting outside London, and within England, Wales, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands, are grouped into 47 Provinces, whose boundaries often correspond to those of the old Counties.

Lodges that meet outside England, Wales, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands are grouped into 33 Districts, and five Groups.

‘Suicide is the major cause of death in all people under 35 years of age’. That alarming statistic is one that will probably come as a major shock to many people. It certainly was to…
To celebrate 200 years since the formation of the Provincial Grand Lodge of Monmouthshire, a gala dinner was held at the Newport Masonic Hall on 31st May 2018 The occasion was the regular meeting of Charles…
A new £250,000 high and low rope activity centre complete with aerial runway – the result of more than two years of fund raising, planning and construction to deliver what will be a major community…
The Masonic Temple on Stopford Road in Jersey is one of the most impressive of its kind, so much so that local Freemason Julian Spurr believed it would be a fitting venue for his wedding…
Cheshire Masters’ and Masons’ Forum (MMF) recently ‘took over’ Freemasons Hall in an initiative bringing Freemasons, their families and non-Masonic friends together for a unique gathering in the iconic home of the United Grand Lodge…
The Lancaster and Morecambe Deaf Children’s Society have received much needed support, in the form of £886, from the Lancaster and District Masonic Group and the Morecambe Masonic Fellowship in West Lancashire The chair of…
Disabled people in Sussex will have the same freedoms as everyone else to attend concerts and events thanks to two new mobile changing facilities funded from a £13,794 grant to the Bevern Trust charity from…
Riding Proud Blood bike volunteers deliver vital medical supplies, whatever the weather, whatever time of day. Steven Short discovers how Freemasonry is helping Blood bikes, often referred to as the fourth emergency service, act as an out-of-hours courier…
A grant of more than £38,000 from Norfolk Freemasons will support a programme for those who have had a stroke or other recent brain injury The funding will improve access to specialist advice and help injured people…
Essex mason David Todd, 53, went airborne for charity, allowing himself to be strapped to the top of a Boeing-Stearman biplane, travelling at speeds of more than 130mph as the plane circled the Essex countryside…
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