Sheffield Freemasonry – The Icelandic Order of Freemasons – Grand Lodge of Iceland

Reading Time: 2 minutes Sheffield Freemasonry   Introduction Freemasonry in Iceland began in 1913 when a “society of brothers”, Edda, was established, in Reykjavik. Then, in 1918 Edda became a lodge of instruction. A year later, on the 6th of January 1919, it became a fully warranted lodge. Since then, a total of twelve warranted lodges and six lodges … Read more

Prestonian Lecturer Tony Harvey on the Scouts and Freemasonry

Reading Time: 5 minutes Troop leader Fellowship, harmony and shared moral values – the parallels between Freemasonry and Scouting have been explored by Tony Harvey in his Prestonian Lecture. He speaks to Andrew Gimson about what the two organisations can learn from each other Few speakers can have prepared themselves so thoroughly, or over so many years, as Tony Harvey … Read more