UGLE

UGLE

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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With the especial meeting at the Royal Albert Hall streamed online in the Grand Temple of Freemasons’ Hall, nearly 1,000 brethren and ladies – including the wives of official guests – were able to watch the…
The Tercentenary celebrations reached their peak on 31 October, when more than 4,000 brethren attended an especial meeting of the Grand Lodge at London’s Royal Albert Hall Those present will long remember this wonderful event. …
The Grand Temple at Freemasons’ Hall hosted the largest gathering ever of Grand Masters from all around the world Grand Masters from more than 130 foreign Grand Lodges were welcomed by UGLE’s Grand Master, HRH…
Grand Masters from more than 100 foreign Grand Lodges brought gifts from around the world to Freemasons’ Hall for the Tercentenary celebrations The Tercentenary is over but not forgotten. When you visit the Library and…
It was 300 years since four London lodges came together on St John’s Day, 24 June 1717, to found the world’s first Grand Lodge Three of the four lodges that made this vital contribution to Freemasonry…
The Grand Master, HRH The Duke of Kent, waved the starting flag on the Classic 300 at a family fun day at Windsor Great Park The Grand Director of Ceremonies Oliver Lodge then introduced the Grand…
Canterbury Cathedral hosted a Tercentenary thanksgiving service in recognition of its close and long-standing relationship with Freemasonry More than 1,500 masons and their families came from across the Provinces of East Kent, West Kent, Surrey…
In late 2001, Lichfield mason Roger Manning suggested the creation of a masonic memorial to be sited at the new National Memorial Arboretum at Alrewas, Burton-on-Trent It was agreed by all that the masonic garden should…
The general public were invited into Freemasons’ Hall to view Rough to Smooth, a showcase of art inspired by Freemasonry past, present and future The exhibition featured work by the United Grand Lodge of England’s…
The United Grand Lodge of England is grateful to The Guardian for amending the article originally titled “Two Freemasons’ Lodges Operating Secretly at Westminster” on their website ‘to remove a misleading impression conveyed by the original…
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