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The United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE) is the governing body of Freemasonry in England, Wales and the Channel Islands.
Its headquarters are at Freemasons’ Hall, Great Queen Street, London WC2B 5AZ.

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Since the last issue of the magazine it has been a very busy period, including the preparations for and running of the Craft and Royal Arch Investitures. The day before the Craft Investitures the Pro…

Grand Master's address - April 2008

Wednesday, 30 April 2008
ANNUAL CRAFT INVESTITURE30 APRIL 2008AN ADDRESS BY THE MW THE GRAND MASTER HRH THE DUKE OF KENT, KG Brethren, I begin as always by saying a very warm welcome to everyone attending our Grand Lodge…
Brethren, Because this Quarterly Communication has included the presentation of the Rulers’ Forum Mentoring Project and the meeting of the Grand Charity, I will keep my remarks brief. I am pleased that the legislation has…
At the beginning of February I completed my first year as Grand Secretary and Grand Scribe E. It has been, in a very positive sense, a challenging, happy and successful year. With the approval of…
QUARTERLY COMMUNICATION12 DECEMBER 2007An address by the MW The Pro Grand Master the Most Hon the Marquess of Northampton, DL You will have seen reference, in the Paper of Business, to the European Grand Masters’…
In November I had the opportunity to accompany the Pro Grand Master on his very successful visit to our three Districts in India: Bombay and Northern India, Bengal and Madras. This visit generally underpinned our…
How the Universities' Scheme is gathering pace explained by Oliver Lodge In pursuit of its objective, 'to establish and/or enhance the opportunities for undergraduates and other university members to join and enjoy freemasonry', the Universities…
Alan Englefield, the Grand Chancellor, addresses Grand Lodge on his new role in external relations From time immemorial – or from at least the 1750s! – Grand Lodge’s relations with our sister Grand Lodges have…
Samaritan: Helping the distressed When actor Ray Gardner takes off his make-up after playing fictitious characters, he usually participates in real-life drama as one of 17,000 volunteers with the Samaritans. Now Ray, a Walton-on-Thames Mason,…

Younger Masons: The common bond

Monday, 01 October 2007
A view on how to attract younger men into the Craft is put forward by Henry R. Hopking My first conscious contact with Freemasonry was in 1991 while at Wellington College. The Old Wellingtonian Lodge No.…
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