They say all good things come to he who waits, well Bro Ian Duxbury has had to wait for quite a while to receive his Grand Lodge Certificate. On one occasion it was of his own doing as he was sick and unable to collect his along with Continue reading “Wait for Certificate over”
The East Lancashire Provincial Grand Lodge Website has been updated, and what a difference it has made.
The old site has Continue reading “Updated PGLEL website looks great”
Almost six months have passed since the e-mail arrived asking the team if we would deliver a 1759 performance for a 150th Lodge anniversary. It wasn’t immediately obvious that the venue would be Grand Lodge London, but when it was made clear we all jumped at the chance.
Tim Langtree, who is not a Freemason, but is well known among the brethren of Pendle Lodge and probably should be; writes Continue reading “Tim Langtree writes”
Images from the Lancaster Lodge Grand Tour that was arranged for visitors and members alike. The places visited range from Mafra National Palace, the walled village Continue reading “Pictures from Lancaster Lodge Grand Tour – Portugal”
The Freemasons’ Grand Charity has announced its first large grants of the year – £192,000 for air ambulance charities. Freemasons have been a regular supporter of air ambulance charities since 2007, donating £1.3 million in total to twenty-two rescue services. Continue reading –
Our PGM Sir David Trippier is determined to visit all the Lodge buildings within his Province, and on Wednesday 3rd April it was the turn of Nelson Masonic Hall and the members Continue reading “Provincial Grand Master visits Queens Jubilee Lodge”
The Grand Master of The United Grand Lodge of England, H.R.H. The Duke of Kent, is in hospital after suffering a stroke this week, Buckingham Palace has announced.
The Duke, who is 77, was Continue reading “Grand Master being treated in hospital after ‘mild’ stroke”
Grand Charity gives £485,000 in major grants. click on the link to read the latest news release from Grand Charity and the amazing work they do alongside well know National Charities.
239 adult and children’s hospices across England and Wales have received a total of £600,000 from The Freemasons’ Grand Charity. Continue reading “£600,000 given to 239 Hospices”