Andy Palmer was installed as Master of United Service Lodge No. 3124 for the second time in October 2016. He wanted to do something to assist the lodge’s charitable work during his year in office. In a moment of madness he decided to sign up for the London to Brighton Cycle ride. To say he is a keen cyclist is stretching the point – a ‘Sunday’ cyclist is nearer the mark. Continue Reading Freemasons Charity Cycle Ride raises £600 for the British Heart Foundation
At the Teddy Bears Picnic at Hewlett Court on Saturday July 1st, Bury District Charity Steward, Steve Holland, joined the Provincial Grand Master, Sir David Trippier, and Lady Ruth Trippier, in presenting a cheque to the Parkinsons UK Bury Support Group.
A project which will support around 1,300 people living with and affected by multiple sclerosis (MS) in Wales has received a huge boost with a grant of £55,000 from South Wales Freemasons. Continue Reading South Wales Freemasons donate £55,000 to Multiple Sclerosis Cymru
On a beautiful fresh, summer evening in the cool, elegant and impressive Boston Parish Church, “The Stump”, an audience of some 440 was wonderfully entertained by some of the most talented youth musicians and choristers in Lincolnshire.
For the second time in the last twenty years Mark Masonry has undertaken to provide St Johns Ambulance Service with a number of fully equipped state of the art ambulances for use throughout the UK. Continue Reading Mark Freemasons donate two Ambulances to St John Ambulance Gloucestershire
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Freemasons are keen to dispel the secrecy associated with the movement, and held a series of We’re Open events this week to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the United Grand Lodge of England, the governing body of Freemasonry in England and Wales. Continue Reading Shedding light on modern masonry in Sheffield
On Sunday 9th July, Llantwit Major Lodge No. 9241 held a Summer Garden Party in aid of Velindre Cancer Center. The event took place at W.Bro Michael Thomas’s house and gardens in Rhoose and was well supported by family and friends of the lodge. Everyone enjoyed an afternoon in the sunshine with good food, drink and live musical entertainment that went on into the evening Continue Reading Freemasons Garden Party raises £2,180 for Velindre Cancer Centre
EACH year the Provincial Grand Lodge of Mark Master Masons of Cornwall asks each of it’s 32-member lodges to submit grant applications for nominated local worthy causes.
The members of Sir Bevil Granville Lodge of Mark Master Masons No 1231, which meets in Bude, nominated Bude Memory Café and were delighted that a grant of £250 was awarded. Continue Reading Cornwall Freemasons donate to Memory Café
FREEMASONS from the Bordon, Alton and Petersfield masonic centres held a charity-presentation evening in celebration of the 300th year of the United Grand Lodge of England.
The evening was held at the Bordon Masonic Centre, in Woolmer Way, on June 12 and, said organisers, was well attended by local charity and community representatives. Continue Reading Freemasons from Bordon, Alton and Petersfield donate £17,500 to charities