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Members are urged to regard the interests of the family as paramount however, Freemasonry also teaches and practises concern for people, care for the less fortunate and help for those in need.

  • Through the eyes of the young

    Through his father, Thomas knows a number of Freemasons and in his view they are nice, well-mannered and….

  • Walk the bay – the Winder way!

    David said: “I hope that brethren bring their wives, partners, children and pets as they are all welcome to join me on the walk.”

Freemasonry Cares

How do I get help? Watch this video to see how a family in Preston got help from the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys to enable them complete the rebuilding of their house…

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DPrGM’s diary

Charles Dickens in Great Expectations said: “March, when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold: when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade.” This March has been very similar….

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Gone and forgotten?

Elias Ashmole – The First West Lancashire Freemason – When Stanley Oldfield, Third Provincial Grand Principal attended the annual installation ceremony of Elias Ashmole Chapter No 148 in Warrington, it was on St Patrick’s Day…

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Recent announcements


The Provincial Grand Master has announced the appointment of David Grainger, as an Assistant Provincial Grand Master….

Date announced for the installation of Tony Harrison, as Grand Superintendent and Provincial Grand Master

Admission to the Royal Arch ceremony will be freely available to all qualified companions. Admission to the Craft installation in the afternoon will be by ticket only….

Provincial Grand Master announces his retirement

The Provincial Grand Master, Peter Hosker has announced his retirement from office with effect from….

Honours in Grand Lodge

The Provincial Grand secretary has released the list of this year’s honours in Grand Lodge and….

News from around the Province

By the type of life Peter has led, Freemasonry can be judged

Peter can be happy that by the kind of life he has led, Freemasonry can be judged….

The Province is in a ‘vibrant and positive state’

Peter said that the result of the many strategies implemented during his time as Grand Superintendent he feels….

Quingenti Lodge hosts a presentation titled ‘The sacred path’

Robert has developed the presentation after many months of research and….

News from around the groups

18 years old and already a Mason

Paul said: “Bringing my son into Freemasonry has been one of the proudest moments of my life…..

Ceres reaps the reward

Giles Berkley, accompanied by Sam Robinson, Chairman of the Liverpool Group of Lodges and Chapters…..

Hamer performs dual role

In an excellent ceremony, performed under the watchful eye of Malcolm Warren, Ray Stones showed a….

Through the eyes of the young

Through his father, Thomas knows a number of Freemasons and in his view they are nice, well-mannered and….

The Southport Group donates £25,600 to charity

The group chairman Bryan Henshaw thanked the members for the tremendous support that they had shown for this event ….

Relatively strong at Fellowship lodge

Who was it who said ‘You can choose your friends but you can’t choose your relatives’?….

Perfect Ashlar Lodge donates to local charities

Tom Bradfield-Kay WM of Perfect Ashlar Lodge and John Coates lodge mentor presented cheques to local charities….

Third foodbank donation from the Bootle Group

Further to the donations of food already made to the Crosby Area foodbank and St Leonard’s foodbank, the….