is open to men of all faiths who are law-abiding, of good character and who acknowledge a belief in a God. Freemasonry is a multi-racial and multi-cultural organisation.
It attracts persons of goodwill from all sectors of the community.

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Recently formed to replace the Provincial Grand Charity of the Freemasons of Yorkshire North and East Ridings

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Provincial Grand Masters Dinner 2017

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Wanted - Masonic Educators

WANTED MASONIC EDUCATORS Our Province is part of a National Education Initiative which is about to make Educational and Learning Material...

Ridings Tablers meet at Connaught Court

The Ridings Tablers Lodge held their 163rd meeting by dispensation at RMBI Connaught Court in York at the end of...

Freemasons support local kid’s charity T…

Freemasons offer further support to local kid’s charity The Island Bryan Redshaw, Worshipful Master of the St Saviour Lodge handed over...

Creating new Stone Mason Apprenticeships

YORK MINSTER is indicative of the importance of traditional skills passing through the ages. In contrast to today’s glass, steel and...

Masonic Halls Opening their doors to the…

Masonic Halls across our Province will be open to the public 24th June 2017 As you may be aware, Masonic Halls...

Radio York Finders Keepers

Sat 17th June, Clue 4 of the Radio York Finders Keepers programme took it to the Masonic Hall at Selby...

Quatuor Coronati

Quatuor Coronati Lodge is the world’s premier research lodge. Established in 1884 and consecrated in 1886, the lodge champions an...


IN JUNE KIRKLEATHAM LODGE IS “ON THE LEVEL”. Brethren, in an effort to more widely publicise our now annual “On The...

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The Masonic Province of Yorkshire North & East Ridings...

...has almost 4,000 members, meeting in almost 100 Lodges at 34 dedicated
Masonic Centres located everywhere in a large geographical area of Yorkshire.
From Middlesbrough in the north all the way down the beautiful Yorkshire coastline to Hull, across to the ancient city of York, and numerous villages inbetween.
We’ve been around for over 300 years and are proud to continue the traditions of Compassion, Benevolence and Integrity which have been the cornerstones of Freemasonry since its inception.
Our membership team is here to help you decide whether Freemasonry is right for you and your family by answering your questions and hopefully, dispelling some of the myths which have attached themselves to the subject over the years. Whether you are merely looking for new social opportunities or seeking a way to make a positive contribution in society, Freemasonry affords a wide range of benefits to members and their families.


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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.