Emergency services: right place, right time Serving the community: two Masons win major rescue awards Lightning, they say, never strikes twice in the same place. Be that as it may, a unique event has hit…
The Spanish hero: How a mason of Spanish descent discovered his father's extraordinary masonic roots is revealed by Tom Forsyth When retired Keswick hotelier Teodoro Lopez, a Spaniard by birth, applied to become a Mason in…
Welsh award: keep the wheels turning A Welsh national sporting award has been won by Monmouthshire Mason Neil Smith Welsh Mason Neil Smith, from Newport, has won a prestigious national award for coaching and encouraging…
Ancient crafts: recreating the dawn of history An ancient boat building skill has earned Peter Faulkner an international reputation Britain, being an island, has long had a tradition of being involved with the sea, and…
Planting an idea: how Staffordshire masons planted a special garden at the National Memorial Arboretum is outlined by Peter Atkins The simple, yet symbolic Masonic Garden at the National Memorial Arboretum at Alrewas in Staffordshire is…
Historic: suffer little children Dr Barnardo's name is synonymous with helping destitute children, but he was also a Freemason, as Yasha Beresiner reveals Dr Thomas John Barnardo (1845–1905), nicknamed ‘The Doctor’, was a leading reformer of…
Specialist lodges: masonry on the web Internet Lodge is about to have a Past Grand Master in its chair, as Mark Griffin explains Few lodges can boast as diverse a range of members as Internet…
Masonry is growing in Bulgaria as Chris Radmore explains The Past Grand Master of Bulgaria, MW Bro Borislav Sarandev, is an energetic and enthusiastic Freemason. During his term of office as Grand Master he was a…
Freemasonry is flourishing in Mauritius with a new Grand Lodge as Michael Allan discovered On 12 March 2005, the 37th anniversary of National Independence Day, the first Grand Lodge of Mauritius was consecrated and RW…

A New Era For London Freemasonry

Wednesday, 01 March 2006
The streams of Freemasons converging on Kensington for this most momentous of days for English Freemasonry, left leaden-grey skies outside for the glare of the bright lights in the Royal Albert Hall. This historic building…
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