Why Become A Freemason?

Throughout 300 years of heritage and history, our members have come from all walks of life and each with their…

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Brad – How I became a Freemason

Despite sounding like a Brit these days, I grew up in the Outback in New South Wales, Australia, where my…

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Women Freemasons

Women Freemasons have been meeting across the country for over 100 years. There are two female-only Grand Lodges: The Order…

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Freemasonry Today Magazine – Online Editions

Did you know that you can read all copies of the Freemasonry Today magazine for free and download copies too?…

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Geoff – Why I became a Freemason Part 1

I joined the Petts Wood Lodge in 1975, aged 23, though my Scouting connections. Derek Goldsmith, Group Scout Leader of…

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Donation of Easter Egg Hunt Eggs to local Food Bank

One of our members Paul G has donated a stash of Easter Eggs to the local St. Francis Church food…

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The Stamp of Approval? Marking 300 Years of Freemasonry 1717 – 2017

Our Secretary, Mike, is a very unassuming sort of fellow. You rarely hear him say much about himself and he…

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Interpreting the Past – Our Lodge Motto Reconsidered

It is a strange thing about Freemasonry, you seem to learn something new every day and you turn up the…

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William Willett, Builder, Summer Time Enthusiast & Freemason

William Willett, Builder, Daylight Saving Enthusiast, Freemason was born 10th August 1856 and died 4th March 1915. This Blog Post…

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David – ‘What Freemasonry and my Lodge Means to Me?’

We asked all the members of the Lodge what Freemasonry means to them. This is David’s response:- Why did you…

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