The Traditional History of The Order of Women Freemasons

Reading Time: 10 minutes Brethren, our order was formed in March 1908 when we were called The Honourable Fraternity of Antient Masonry. We are a regular Masonic Order open to all women, unlike Adoptive Masonry which restricts its membership to women who are fortunate to have Masons among their near family. As you know, we are open to all women of full age, of good report and holding a belief in a Supreme Being.

50th Celebration at Tudor Chapter 277

Reading Time: 2 minutes On Monday 18th September 2017 Tudor Chapter No. 277 were host to the 2nd Provincial Grand Principal, EComp Harvey Basger to celebrate EComp John Jackson’s Royal Arch Golden Jubilee Reaching the milestone of a 50th in the Royal Arch does not happen that often when compared to the Craft so it was a fittingly splendid … Read more

Stanley Littler Brown celebrates his Golden Jubilee

Reading Time: 3 minutes Sadly Stanley was unable to celebrate his Golden Jubilee in the Holy Royal Arch in his mother Chapter of  Faith No 484 in May owing to illness, however, the companions did celebrate Stanley’s  50 years in Royal Arch Masonry in his absence. Ian presents Stanley with his certificate to mark his 50 years of Royal … Read more

Don celebrates 50 years in the Royal Arch

Reading Time: 6 minutes Having celebrated 50 years in the Craft, grand officer Don Laurie repeated the exercise, this time in respect of his membership of the Royal Arch. The members of Holy Royal Architect Chapter No 314 and visitors were treated to an excellent resume of Don’s life both in and out of Freemasonry. Assistant to the Provincial … Read more