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Important Data Protection 
Before Christmas UGLE sent out an email to all members who, as a result of joining a Lodge or Chapter prior to 2005 and having subsequently never joined another, have not signed any form of Data Protection statement.  
More explicitly, such members have not given consent for the data...

Provincial Recruitment Seminar

The publicity created by the United Grand Lodge of England’s 300 years celebrations has shown Freemasonry in a good light and increased the public awareness about our organisation.

Enquiries to join have increased and some lodges are initiating many candidates. The communicating of ‘good practice’ is very important and all successful ideas for recruitment need...

“Talking Heads” Presentations

"Talking Heads" for the first quarter of 2018 have been planned as follows:

Tuesday 16th January ~ Vernon Lodge, Stourport. Sec: 01299 826667

Monday 12th February ~ Masefield Lodge ~ Kings Heath. Sec: 01564 200151

Thursday 22nd February ~ Hagley & Holy Wells Lodge ~ Halesowen. Sec:0121 709...

Masonic Charitable Foundation – Hospice Grants 2017

Masonic Charitable Foundation – Hospice Grants 2017

MCF, Charity Grants Committee has approved £450,000 for Hospices across England.

In total, the Masonic Community has awarded over £12million to the Hospices since 1984, through the Masonic Charitable Foundation (MCF).

The Hospices in Worcestershire receiving grants are:



Masonic Charitable Foundation Grant to St Basils for £54,146.

Masonic Charitable Foundation grant to St. Basil's for £54,146

St. Basil's provides accommodation, advice and support to young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

The grant will help to employ a Floating Support Worker over two years to support young people in accommodation in Bromsgrove.




Talking Heads Royal Arch Presentation

A campaign to enhance interest in Holy Royal Arch Masonry in Worcestershire had a highly successful launch at the well attended  November meeting of the Lodge of Hope and Charity at Kidderminster when a newly-formed team of Companions presented “Talking Heads.”

Based on a format created by the Supreme Grand Chapter, Barry Griffin and Paul...

View the Tercentenary Celebrations at the Albert Hall

You may want to view 300 years of Freemasonry celebrated at Royal Albert Hall global event which forms the Official Tercentenary celebration presided over by HRH The Duke of Kent, Grand Master. If you couldn't be there read on...

Over 50 Worcestershire Masons accompanied Provincial Grand Master ,R .W. Bro. Robert Vaughan and Brethren...

The Masonic Pathway for Lodge Mentors

Following a pilot study held in early 2017, which involved several Provinces including our own, the United Grand Lodge of England formally approved the Masonic Pathway on Wednesday 18th October 2017.

The Pathway describes and facilitates a Masonic journey, taking a man from his initial membership enquiry, through his initiation into Freemasonry and on to...

Lodge Mentor

Audio version of Better Lives magazine

Did you know that we produce an audio version of Better Lives magazine for those with sight loss or visual impairment?

Click here to listen to the latest issue of Better Lives >> 

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The Worcestershire Masonic Study Circle at Royds Lodge on Thursday 19 October

19 Oct 2017 - 5:45pm

The Worcestershire Masonic Study Circle will present a lecture at Royds Lodge No. 1204 at the Masonic Hall in Malvern on Thursday 19th October.

W. Bro. Ernie Roberts will be presenting a lecture on the Royds Family (the lecture will last for approx. 40 mins plus Q&A session)




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