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.

The sun was shining brightly as three intrepid members of the East Goscote Lodge NO. 2865 took to the saddle to raise monies for charity. For Nathan Paddison, Shael Marshall, and Vijay Chouhan, months of…
One hundred young boys and girls from disadvantaged backgrounds in Bolton will have the chance to get the help and support they need, thanks to a grant of £40,000 from East Lancashire Freemasons to the…
Hadleigh Volunteer Community First Responder Group was one of the first to be formed in Suffolk in 2003, it was a collaboration between the East Anglian Ambulance Service and St. John Ambulance The thriving Hadleigh…
Cambridgeshire Freemasons have donated £1,000 to the John Farman Intensive Care Unit at Addenbrooke’s Hospital Members of St. Wendred Lodge No. 8374, which meets at the Masonic Hall in Newmarket, raised money during meetings held…
Lincolnshire's motorcycling Freemasons continue to be out on the road making vital deliveries across the Province As well as twice-weekly deliveries of meals prepared by Mike and Jamie Bristow and their families in Louth, they've…
Bunty Stalham is a 7-year-old Ramsgate girl who, through an incurable condition Neurofibromatosis, her condition caused tumours to form on nerve tissue that eats away at bone. In this case her left fibula. Despite numerous…
In those beautiful days before lockdown, a charity comedy night was hosted by Garstang Lodge No 6633 which raised £6,050 with over 90 people in the audience at Wyrebank Masonic Hall In addition to the…
Scunthorpe Freemason Phil Aitken intends to press on with his London to Paris cycle ride in spite of the organisers having pulled the plug on the event Alongside his brother Rob, he aims to give…
Devon and Somerset Freemasons have given £13,000 to help improve the lives of those in need in Plymouth During this time of increased pressure on services and charities, the Devonshire Freemasons have tried to support…
As we ease ourselves out of lockdown, Colin Pizey photographs and speaks with some of those on frontline duty As we return to an adjusted sense of normality, we should reflect on the selfless acts…
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