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It attracts persons of goodwill from all sectors of the community.

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Middlesbrough Charity Presentation Eveni…

After 15 years the Middlesbrough Freemasons Charity Evening is still going strong.   Over 100 people gathered at the Masonic Hall Middlesbrough...

Annual Provincial church service

SUNDAY 12TH JUNE 2016 3pm The Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul Stokesley Please note that all Brethren, wives and...

IT aid for the 110 Squadron ATC

The Provincial Grand Secretary of Yorkshire North & East Ridings received a request, from the local Air Training Corps Chairman...

Leopold "tries" hard for festi…

Leopold Lodge No 1760 recently held an event at Scarborough Rugby Club, to encourage younger,newer and prospective Masons to attend. The...

Middlesbrough lodges excel for the Festi…

The Chairman of Festival 2018 was in attendance at the April meeting of Ferrum lodge and was delighted to be...

North York Lodge - Recent Donation to Fe…

To mark the recent vist by the Provincial Grand Master and his team to the North York Lodge No. 602...

Guest organist, Paul gives up his meals …

Our guest organists are by tradition offered free Festive Board in compensation for their excellent services. However, such is the...

Tees Tablers Support Festival 2018

Tees Tablers Lodge celebrated the visit of The RW Provincial Grand Master and his team to their regular meeting at...

Minster Lodge keeps the Festival pot boi…

A donation of £200 was presented to the representative of the RW Provincial Grand Master, W. Bro. Philip Daniels, (PPSGW)...

Beacon Lodge Support Marie Curie

On the 23rd of October the Worshipful Master and Charity Steward of Beacon Lodge presented a cheque for £500 to...

The Minerva Lodge falls silent to rememb…

“At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them………”   Those immortal words of the...

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Freemasonry in the Community

For hundreds of years, Freemasons have been involved in all levels of their local community.
Charitable work is second-nature to Freemasons and when new members join us, they are reminded that they should take an active part in their own community.
This could be by giving of their own time or their own expertise.
You will find, in these pages, how Freemasons get involved with their own diverse communities.
This can be anything from the TLC-Teddies For Loving Care Scheme, at local hospitals, to helping Air Training Corps Squadrons with donations for a new laptop.
We also raise funds for Yorkshire Cancer Research at York University, especially, recently, for Prostate Cancer Research.

 

Freemasonry

Every year, the Freemasons of the Province of Yorkshire North & East Ridings, have their Annual meeting.This is usually held at York University, where about 500+ members gather to celebrate and reminisce about their year together.Every year, there are new members appointed, mainly, for one year, to help the Province to organise its activities throughout the coming year.Local Lodges are located all over the antient counties, of Yorkshire North & East Ridings.If you are interested, you can find out where these Lodges meet, by following the links on the website.
Lodges are not a physical thing, but are a gathering of brother Freemasons at a meeting in a Lodge building.

 

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