On Saturday the 21st May 2016 the first meeting of the Eliot Hall Saturday Morning Club took place at the Bell Hotel Winslow.
You are invited to the Consecration of the Buckinghamshire Motorcycle Lodge No. 9926.
Motorcycle enthusiasts from across the Province are founding the first new Lodge in Bucks for 13 years.
The Freemasons of Marlow recently held an ‘Open Day’ when local residents, as well as family and friends, were invited to have a look round the Masonic Centre, on St Peter St, and to see the sort of charities that the members patronise.
Started in 2001, Teddies for Loving Care (TLC) has distributed nearly 2 million Teddy Bears to children’s A&E departments across the UK.
De Bohun Lodge 8175, which meets in Aylesbury, held an unusual Installation evening recently, when the Master Neil (Nobby) Hubble had the immense pleasure of installing his father, John, into the Chair of King Solomon.
Since making its first grants in February 1992, the Bucks Masonic Centenary Fund (BMCF) recently made its 600th donation during its May 2016 committee meeting.
Built in 1966, the Studley Green Community Centre (SGCC), on the outskirts of Stokenchurch, plays host to a wide variety of activities for local residents of all ages. The Centre is used by toddler groups, youth clubs, Zumba classes, coffee-mornings as well as many organisations and clubs.
On Saturday 16th April Nelson Cork Lodge held its latest meeting at the Beaconsfield Masonic Centre.
For many years, St Martin’s Lodge 2812 of Freemasons, which meets at the Bletchley Masonic Centre, has worked closely with the charity, Young Carers MK based in Milton Keynes.
The Thames Valley Air Ambulance (TVAA) recently received cheques totalling £6,000 from the Master of Concordia Lodge 2492, Simon Shirley, and his partner Beverley Hewitt.
Good Reasons To Become a Freemason
When you become a Freemason you: Join an international organisation of some 6 million worldwide, where members will greet and welcome you, and your family, wherever you go;
Procedures for Joining
One of the most common misconceptions about Freemasonry, and there are many such misconceptions, is that you have to be invited to join. Nothing could be further from the truth.