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.

Cycling Freemason Phil Aitken from Scunthorpe and his brother Rob are hopping into the saddle again to ride more than 400 miles in support of Lincolnshire's #Lincs2025 Festival, which aspires to raise £2.25m for the…
Thanks to technology, being half-way through a course of chemotherapy didn’t stop Steve Harrison from taking part in the installation ceremony of Ashlar Lodge – even though he couldn’t be there In a surprise to…
Mark Fryer is believed to be Lincolnshire’s first Freemason to qualify for a Festival jewel on the night of his initiation He began supporting our #Lincs2025 festival after joining a Zoom meeting to hear a…
Another historic event took place in Dorset this morning at the Freemasons Hall in Lyme Regis, Carnarvon Lodge 708 held their first meeting and were officially welcomed into the Province of Dorset by Graham R…

Can I have a word?

Thursday, 24 February 2022
'Write about being Provincial Communications Officer', said Lincolnshire's Simon Noden, on the hunt for material for the Mentor’s Chisel, a newsletter circulating amongst all those with an interest in mentoring within Freemasonry. How could I…
No one would dispute that the last 18 months has been challenging for the whole country, and of course our masonic community. Throughout this period Freemasonry has relied on its Lodges to support its members,…
Brian Chenier of Colcestria Lodge No. 7123, which meets at Colchester Masonic Centre, was able to count down to 2022 with three new letters awarded to his name. The Member of the Order of the…
The Deputy Provincial Grand Master of Essex Freemasons, Nick Franklin, was the first to congratulate Joseph Kavanagh on 10th February 2022 at East Saxon Lodge No. 7053.  After the ceremony he told the Brethren that…
Just imagine turning up for a regular Lodge Meeting and being asked to step in as Inner Guard. 'Back to normal' you think because at the previous Lodge meeting Colin Felton, the Provincial Senior Grand…

Southend’s homeless bag a winner

Tuesday, 22 February 2022
The plight of Southend’s homeless gave Barry Stedman, of Nore Lodge No 3610, the idea that his lodge could donate 100 thermally insulated sleeping bags for distribution among the city’s rough sleepers After the members…
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