Brothers in Arms in Iraq

Tuesday, 01 December 2009
During the past year English and Scottish Freemasons have found themselves serving together in Iraq. Vern Littley, of Dormer Lodge, No. 7294, in Worcestershire, a Staff Sergeant with the Royal Artillery, based in Basra, has…

Embracing Change

Sunday, 19 April 2009
Don Peacock Relects on Modern Masonic Recruitment During my forty year career in telecommunications, I was often struck by the rate of change not only in the technology we were producing but also our business…
Julian Rees Gives Some Tips for the Keen Aspirant It has often been said that Freemasons are quite good at recruiting, not so good at retaining, newly-made masons. And it is a fact that most…

Graduates into Freemasonry

Sunday, 19 April 2009
Oliver Lodge Explains a New Initiative: The Universities Scheme Travelling with David Williamson, the Assistant Grand Master, to Singapore for the celebrations of the District Grand Lodge of Eastern Archipelago’s 150th anniversary provided a good opportunity…

The Orator

Sunday, 19 April 2009
Mark St John Qualter and John Grange Explain the Idea Behind the Revival of Lodge Orators  The future wellbeing of the Craft critically depends on its ability to recruit new members and, even more importantly,…

Happy 275th

Sunday, 01 March 2009
Mark Sutherland Describes the Anniversary of Anchor & Hope Lodge No. 37 The United Grand Lodge of England can be justifiably proud that it will celebrate its tercentenary in 2017, just eight years from now…
Andrew Montgomery Looks at the Need for this New Office  Those of us who study the Communications of the Grand Lodge may have noticed that, from last September, we have had a new Grand Chancellor…

A New Mason's Impressions

Saturday, 01 March 2008
Ryan Modlin Appeals for More Insight There are some points I was aware of before making enquiries into Freemasonry about five years ago. It was a peculiar system of morality, veiled in allegory and illustrated…
Classic car runs have become major fund-raising events for Masons, bringing out families and friends in a community day out which involves vehicles and their owners from many parts of the country.  During the summer,…
Now living quietly at Brighton in Sussex, Reg Moores has led a varied life – inventor, entertainer, ice skater and theatrical agent in ‘theatreland’ in London’s Shaftesbury Avenue. But his main claim to fame is…
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