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.

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Thursday, 05 May 2022
Being the Provincial Grand Director of Ceremonies, you may be expecting some pearls of DC wisdom in my article. However, I wanted to convey a personal message to try and show how each time you…
For nearly 30 years now on a biennial arrangement, Kynaston Lodge has welcomed members of the Maid’s Head Lodge No.8558 under the guise of the Province of Norfolk’s Demonstration Team to its April meeting to…
The St Anthony’s Lodge No.4423, which meets at Byker Masonic Hall, has, over the years, experienced many unique and stand out occasions. This year is again no exception with the Lodge celebrating its Centenary and…
Wickford Lodge celebrated its 100 years at Saxon Hall on the 3rd March 2022 with the Provincial Executive in attendance to present the Centenary Warrant Graham Larke gave a history of the Lodge with the…
Mistley Chapter recently celebrated its 25th anniversary with a visit from our Assistant to the Provincial Grand Principals, John Crudgington, skilfully escorted by Ralph Ankers Provincial Deputy Grand Director of Ceremonies. It was our installation…
Scunthorpe's Industry Lodge has welcomed eight Brethren from north of the border to enact the Scottish version of the First Degree Ceremony Reciprocal visits between Industry Lodge 4662 in Scunthorpe and Lodge 169 Thistle & Rose,…
In its most literal sense the word ‘evangelist’ means ‘bringer of good news’. Without a doubt that’s the role of the Royal Arch in the Freemasonry story, and I suppose, by association, that makes me…
Representatives of Lincolnshire's four Lodges  – three Craft and one Mark – of the Order of Women Freemasons joined the UGLE Province of Lincolnshire for a service of Remembrance and Thanksgiving for Freemasons who died…
The latest addition to the Province of Cambridgeshire is the United Services Lodge No 10010 which was consecrated on the 14 April at the Sports and Community Centre, Wisbech St Mary The consecration proved to…
Formed in 1920, the Rothbury Highland Pipe Band has recently reached its Centenary milestone and continues to provide entertainment for the communities of Rothbury, Coquetdale and, occasionally, more widely across Northumberland and the North East,…
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