Picking up the pace

Wednesday, 13 June 2012
Commonwealth Games medallist Mike Winch explains the history of Spencer Park Lodge and how it has managed to draw Olympic hopefuls like James Ellington into its fold At first glance, Spencer Park Lodge is indistinguishable…

Boxing for charity

Wednesday, 13 June 2012
A successful sporting evening at Carlisle was organised by the Province of Cumberland and Westmorland, Kendal Amateur Boxing Club and Custodes Copiae Lodge of Provincial Grand Stewards The boxing spectacular, now in its second year,…

PENSIONERS TAKE A BIG JUMP

Wednesday, 13 June 2012
Maurice King, from Diss in Norfolk, celebrated his 80th birthday with a parachute jump to raise money for the Norfolk 2016 Festival on behalf of The Freemasons’ Grand Charity His friend, Jim Carter, immediately signed…

Support for Peace Hospice

Wednesday, 13 June 2012
With Freemasons donating almost £168,000 in recent years to the Peace Hospice at Watford, Hertfordshire and Middlesex masons were invited to a reception at the Royal Masonic School for Girls. The hospice has strong links…
An open day at Penrith saw a steady stream of visitors with local masons on hand to answer questions and give explanations of the exhibits. Visitors saw a diverse exhibition of masonic regalia, read information…

Robotic surgery launch

Wednesday, 13 June 2012
The recently registered charity appeal ROBOCAP, which uses state-of-the-art robotic technology treatment for prostate cancer, was officially launched in Herefordshire, in an event organised by local Freemason Howard Pitts. Appeal chairman Les Kinmond introduced the…

Scouting in Halifax

Wednesday, 13 June 2012
Scouting in Halifax Earlier this year, Halifax children were invested into the new 50th Savile Park Scout Group by the local primary school, where it meets each week. A grant from UGLE and help from…

UNRAVELLING THE MYSTERY OF RITUAL

Wednesday, 13 June 2012
For the fourth successive year, the Northern Conference has proved a success at Salford Masonic Hall with an audience of over 100 listening to speakers on the theme of Ritual Unravelled. An experienced team, including…
Grenville Lodge No. 1787, is the first lodge in the Province of Buckinghamshire to be admitted to the UGLE Universities Scheme. With two Nigerian students from the University of Buckingham joining the lodge in April…

Recruitment in the fast lane

Wednesday, 13 June 2012
With many lodges struggling to recruit and retain members, Mike Hailwood Lodge No. 9839, is gaining candidates fast, as one would expect from a masonic body named after a world champion motorcyclist and racing car driver. …
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