Details of the 150 oil paintings in the collection at Freemasons' Hall in Great Queen Street are now available online as part of a joint project between the Public Catalogue Foundation and the BBC to…
When craft becomes art Artists have been associated with Freemasonry since the 18th century. For some, Freemasons and their lodges were a useful source of patronage, while others responded to the values of Freemasonry and…
Guernsey Cheshire Home (GCH) received a donation of £37,500 towards running costs from Guernsey and Alderney masons. Jurat Stephen Jones, chairman of the home, expressed his gratitude to Provincial Grand Master David Hodgetts, saying it was a magnificent contribution to the…
A masonic procession to the Annual Church Service of the Provincial Grand Lodge of Warwickshire took place at the Collegiate Church of St Mary, Warwick, where people have worshipped for nearly 1,000 years. The church’s…
RAF band entertains in charity concert The District Grand Lodge of Cyprus sponsored the island’s ninth Annual Charity Band Concert. It was held in Paphos Castle Square in front of a large audience, who were…
Teaching the ritual The Taylor’s Ritual Association (TRA) is mounting a campaign to improve ceremonies. It has refreshed its website and is introducing new ways to teach ritual, contacting all London lodges during the process.…
Kent reopening for Library and Museum The Kent Masonic Library and Museum Trust has been reopened by Geoffrey Dearing, Provincial Grand Master for East Kent, after an extensive 18-month redevelopment Located in the heart of…
Backing for heroes Freemasonry in the community has always been at the heart of Welsh masons and is underlined by the Provincial Grand Master of South Wales’s Gala Dinner, attended by members of 62 lodges…
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