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.

After a long night shift at MK Hospital, Dr. Suhel Chagani was eager to go home, as his wife was imminently expecting their first child - only to find that his bicycle had been stolen…
The Rearsby Residential Care Home has received a generous donation of tablet computers from members of the Lodge of the Argonauts in Leicester The Lodge in the Province of Leicestershire & Rutland has joined a nationwide effort…
Charity organisations across Yorkshire have benefitted from grants totalling more than £80,000 during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, courtesy of the region’s Freemasons In the ten weeks since the Government imposed a “lockdown” The Province of…
South Wales Freemasons have provided £22,500 to supply food for those in need in the local community. This funding has provided daily cooked meals to households and weekly supplies to foodbanks, to help minimise the…
The Provincial Charity Committee of the Province of West Kent has presented a cheque for £780 to Absolute Home Care to enable them to purchase the face masks that they so desperately needed This has…
Much-needed hospital scrubs for doctors and nurses struggling to cope with the Covid-19 crisis will be made by volunteers from Connection Through Crafting and paid for by grants from Cambridgeshire Freemasons and the Masonic Charitable…
Essential personal protective equipment for the crews of the Magpas air ambulance during the coronavirus crisis has been provided thanks to a grant of £5,000 from CAMBRIDGESHIRE FREEMASONS Magpas Air Ambulance brings crucial lifesaving care…
Mark Estaugh, Provincial Grand Master of West Kent Freemasons, recently spent an enjoyable morning speaking to staff in several parts of the Oxleas NHS Trust – and delivering them cakes During his trip, Mark visited:…
The Provincial Grand Master of West Kent Mark Estaugh has launched The West Kent Emergency Fund (WKEF) to the tune of £100,000 The fund was first discussed on the 30th March 2020, and within the week…
Since the beginning of the lockdown and the onset of the coronavirus, regular masonic activities have been suspended. However, with charity being one of the cornerstones of masonic values, the lockdown hasn’t stopped Middlesex Freemasons…
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