Reading Time: 3 minutes Since UGLE closed down masonic meetings until the lockdown is over and the nasty virus of Covid-19 is under some level of control. How does the fraternity of Freemasonry continue? Zoom meetings are becoming the way forward and Masonic brethren that usually tour Lodges and Chapters giving lectures now offering webinars to keep the Masonic spirit alive amongst the Brethern and Companions.
Reading Time: 2 minutes The Middlesex Shooting Sports Lodge, No. 1702, sponsored a successful application for a grant for the Young Enterprise. The Young Enterprise (YE) is an educational charity and its mission is to empower young people to discover, develop and celebrate their skills and potential. Every year YE delivers learner experience in some 3,500 schools, FE colleges … Read more
Reading Time: 3 minutes While much of the “uninstructed and popular world who are not Freemasons” (words from the 2nd Degree) do not realise just how much is raised behind our closed Temple doors in the cause of charity, most of us “instructed” at some time or another have had a wry smile at that other Masonic statement that … Read more
Reading Time: 2 minutes Jersey Lodge, No. 2163 presented a cheque for £1,000 at its recent Installation Meeting to the Alzheimer’s Society in memory of W. Bro John Morrison. Present at the meeting, held on Monday 5th November 2018 at Uxbridge Masonic Centre, were Betty Morrison, Pippa Holdup from the Alzheimer’s Society, Brethren and guests. Betty was also presented … Read more
Reading Time: 2 minutes It was the wish of the Worshipful Master of Fortitude Lodge, No. 6503, W. Bro Mark Blackford that his chosen charity for his year in the Chair should be the St Francis Hospice in Berkhamsted, particularly as this particular hospice has had a connection with the Lodge having provided services to family members of Fortitude … Read more