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    There are many Freemasons who work in the community. Most of their stories go untold. However, Professor Arthur Sun Myint’s work in the community is a story that may help save your life……

  • 155th GRAND MASONIC BALL

    Next year’s Masonic Ball will be the first at which our new Provincial Grand Master, Tony Harrison will preside and it is his wish that as many brethren as possible attend the Ball.

    Tony and his wife, Maureen, will be delighted to share this premier social occasion with as many entered apprentices, fellowcrafts and master Masons and companions along with worshipful master’s and first principal’s and their ladies…..

What’s Freemasonry all about

This video explains the key elements of Freemasonry. It has been produced for use by all Freemasons in the Province. Please take every opportunity to share it with your family and all your non-Masonic friends….

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Provincial Grand Master’s diary

My greetings to you all and I trust your Freemasonry continues to be as enjoyable as mine. One of the interesting things that I have encountered since my appointment is a report from UGLE on…

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Masonic Poet’s Corner

Many things have been written about Freemasonry in countless books and in papers to be delivered to Masonic research associations, but how many of us know that there is wealth of beautiful material about Freemasonry…

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Recent announcements


Freemasons give £185,385 to rebuild schools and health centres

The Freemasons’ Grand Charity donated £50,000 to the International Red Crescent to support the immediate relief efforts after Typhoon Haiyan….

155th GRAND MASONIC BALL

Next year’s Masonic Ball will be the first at which our new Provincial Grand Master, Tony Harrison will preside and it is his wish that as many brethren as possible attend the Ball.

Tony and his wife, Maureen, will be delighted to share this premier social occasion with as many entered apprentices, fellowcrafts and master Masons and companions along with worshipful master’s and first principal’s and their ladies…..

Breakthrough in Alzheimer’s research thanks to a grant from the MSF

This is a significant breakthrough in dementia research as it enables scientists to test potential new treatments on people with the earliest stages of Alzheimer’s disease…..

Freemasons donate nearly £1million to UK Charities

The Freemasons’ Grand Charity has just approved its first grants of 2014 totalling £842,500. Ranging from £10,000 to….

News from around the Province


Helping a community to grow

The WLFC was delighted to support the work of the Greenfingers Community Project, based at Daisybank allotments…..

First group competition for 20 Years

Each group can enter as many competitors as they wish – the top three will comprise the team…..

Freemasonry strikes a chord

A lifetime ambition was fulfilled when two Freemasons learned of the long term wish of 85 year old Raymond Gandy….

News from around the groups


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Harold installs his successor in the chair

Peter Ledder was installed as master of Halcyon Lodge No 6500 in a delightful ceremony performed by….

Christmas fun at Wigan fellowship

The next meeting is on 13 January and there will be a talk about ‘Margaret Park, former Mayor of Wigan’….

Sad end for Sincerity

Members and guests of Lodge of Sincerity held their final meeting and handed in their warrants….

David represents at Urmston’s first ‘New Hall’ installation

Members and visitors of Fallowfield Lodge were honoured by the presence of David Durling as the representative of the PrGM….

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Zoë’s Place donation

Three members of Red Triangle Chapter, Doug Lace, Dr Les Cutting and Harry White were delighted to….

Garston Group children’s party

With the hall beautifully dressed for the festive season, the children of the Garston…..

In the true spirit of Christmas

The face of commercialism that seems to dominate so much of the festive season these days was well….

Alan installs Charlie Sweeney as worshipful master

At the Lodge of Endeavour installation meeting the members saw Alan Howarth installed into….

Telford and Son

One of Alan’s first tasks was to present David with two cheques for charity. £1,000 was in favour of the WLFC….

Father Christmas greeted with a rousing cheer

It was ho! ho! ho! and jingle bells all the way at the Ormskirk Group Children’s Christmas party……..

Plenty of brass in Blenheim

An evening of mixed contrasting events epitomised the last meeting of the calendar year….