From the Grand Secretary Welcome to this Tercentenary souvenir edition of Freemasonry Today, which celebrates the achievements of 2017 while looking to the future with a quiet confidence. I say that in the knowledge that…
Three hundred years ago, in a room in a pub, history was made. Were it possible to travel in time, it would be fascinating to bring back the brethren who came together at the Goose…
Just getting started With the Tercentenary celebrations raising awareness and improving perceptions, Pro Grand Master Peter Lowndes believes there has never been a better time to be a Freemason It has been an enormous privilege…
Memorial paving stones commemorating the 64 English Freemasons who were awarded the Victoria Cross during World War I were unveiled outside Freemasons’ Hall Roughly one in six of the 633 VC recipients during World War…
The Grand Master, HRH the Duke of Kent, officially opened the Library and Museum of Freemasonry’s newest gallery Part of UGLE’s Tercentenary celebrations, the ambitious project took several months to complete.  Among the beautiful treasures on…
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…
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