“The two stones , or “Ashlars” are a metaphor of change that represent the individual.
In changing a rough Ashlar into a perfect one, the workman smooth’s away the rough edges and visible flaws to reveal a perfect Ashlar.
It is a visual representation that freemasonry looks to help individuals become a better version of themselves, the better to serve their fellow brothers and sisters as well as the wider community”
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We come together
from all walks of life
When you become a Freemason you Join a global organisation of some 6 million people. Our membership is built on friendship, so wherever you go, you and your family will be made to feel welcome.
You don't have to wait to be asked as the door is always open.
One of the most common misconceptions about Freemasonry, is that you have to be invited to join. Nothing could be further from the truth. In fact just by visiting this page, you have taken that first step.
So having now found us, if you are intrigued to discover more, you may have just the right qualities to join.
Freemasonry has always been about making good men better
Individuals aim to shape their lives round five core principles:
We say what we mean and we keep our promises.
Although our families come first, we believe in playing a key role in our communities and give time and money to charitable ventures.
We pride ourselves on openness, about what being a Freemason means for us.
We treat everyone as equal – we listen to others, explore any differences and look for common ground.
We respect the opinions of others and behave with understanding towards them.