Celebrating 300 years
In May, Hackney Brook Lodge, No. 14 (formerly No. 7397 UGLE), working under a temporary warrant granted by the Grand Lodge of Estonia, initiated Risto Feodorov, the first time that Emulation had been worked by…

Celebrating Wives and Friends

Wednesday, 01 September 2010
A Ladies Night at the Lodge, Or a Weekend Away?Many lodges hold an annual Ladies’ Night where members’ wives, partners and friends are invited for a formal dinner. But some lodges are more ambitious, they…
Bugle Major Cox of 4 Rifles gave Berkshire’s Vale of Loddon Chapter No. 8421, friends and families, an explanation of the historic development of the bugle within Light Infantry regiments at the Long Gallery, Englefield…

Evensong at Canterbury Cathedral

Wednesday, 01 September 2010
The Province of East Kent has two cathedrals, enabling the biennial masonic evensong to be held at either of them. In recent years the service has been held at Rochester Cathedral, but this year Canterbury…

The Show Goes On At Bath Museum

Wednesday, 01 September 2010
Bath’s impressive masonic museum in Orchard Street has moved to the vaults and is now open to the public for tours, illustrating the site’s unique history as the first provincial theatre to obtain a Royal…

Linda Receives Bedfordshire Award

Wednesday, 01 September 2010
At the University of Bedfordshire Graduation Ceremony, Provincial Grand Master Michael Sawyer, accompanied by Provincial Grand Secretary Tim Pope, presented Linda Henness with the Bedfordshire Freemasons’ Martin Foss Award, named after a former Provincial Grand…
HRH The Duke of Kent, Grand Master, paid an official visit in July to the Province of Buckinghamshire, accompanied by the Grand Secretary, Nigel Brown, and the Grand Director of Ceremonies, Oliver Lodge.     The Duke…

Edgbaston Treasures

Wednesday, 01 September 2010
Yasha Beresiner Returns To The Masonic Museum And Library Of WarwickshireIt was a pleasure to return to the spacious premises of the Provincial Grand Lodge of Warwickshire in Stirling Road, Edgbaston, and view again the…

A Great Little Car

Wednesday, 01 September 2010
Epic Journeys In A ‘Tin Lizzie’ Are What Keep Larry Riches Going, As Julian Rees Found OutIn a 1903 ruby-red Cadillac I am bumping down a banked lawn in the grounds of Larry Riches’ Victorian…
David Harrison Looks At The Work Of This Pioneering ScientistIt has been said that the discovery of the smallpox vaccine in the late eighteenth century by Freemason, Edward Jenner has saved more lives than the…
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