United Grand Lodge of England
The United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE) is the governing body of Freemasonry in England, Wales and the Channel Islands. Its headquarters are at Freemasons’ Hall, Great Queen Street, London WC2B 5AZ.
United Grand Lodge of England – YouTube Channel
The UGLE YouTube channel contains content that provides accurate information about recognised regular Freemasonry in England & Wales. Once on the YouTube site you may come across other content which may not be accurate and indeed may be misleading. The Provincial Grand Lodge of Derbyshire does not endorse any of this other content.
The Supreme Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of England
The governing body for Royal Arch masonry in England, Wales and the Channel Islands.
The Metropolitan Grand Lodge of London
Supporting Freemasonry in London in a similar way that the various Provincial Grand Lodges support Lodges elsewhere in England and Wales. Metropolitan Grand Lodge has over 1,400 constituent Lodges comprising nearly 40,000 members; the offices are situated in Freemasons’ Hall, Great Queen Street, London which is also the home of the United Grand Lodge of England.
Provincial Grand Lodge Of Derbyshire
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The official journal of the United Grand Lodge of England
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Masonic Charitable Foundation
The Foundation will take over the work of the four central Masonic Charities, providing a wide range of grants to Freemasons and their families who have a financial, health and care or family need.
The Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution
Caring has been our way of life since 1842 and we provide a home for over 1,000 people across England and Wales – while supporting many more.
The Royal Masonic Trust for Boys and Girls
To relieve poverty and advance the education of children of a Masonic family and, when funds permit, support other children in need.
Masonic Samaritan Fund
It provides grants to eligible beneficiaries who have an identified health or care need and, faced with a long wait for treatment, care or support, are unable to afford their own private care. Masonic Samaritan Fund, 60 Great Queen Street, London WC2B 5AZ
T: 020 7404 1550; F: 020 7404 1544; E: email@example.com;
Kindred Lodges Association
The Kindred Lodges Association (KLA) was formed in 1952 to encourage Masonic Lodges formed by, or including, Masons who are, or were, involved in Youth Work to link together. Membership of the KLA is available to existing Freemasons either through being a member of a subscribing lodge, or as an individual Associate Member. Whether as a Member or an Associate Member, you have the same rights and privileges due to all masons with the ability to attend any Festival Meeting of the Association.
Freemasonry Cares aims to promote awareness amongst Freemasons and their dependants of the wide range of financial, healthcare and family support available from Masonic charities.
The Library & Museum of Freemasonry
Many people have heard of freemasonry. Most have no idea what it actually involves. At the Museum of Freemasonry, the goal is to help you learn about freemasonry in all its cultural richness. If you’re a freemason, the museum is a treasure trove for exploration. If you’re not a freemason, it’s the perfect place to visit and discover what freemasonry is all about. Exhibitions and events illuminate the history of freemasonry, explore its traditions and values, and reveal its significance through the ages and around the world.
QCCC is an international Masonic research community. Members receive a copy of AQC – our Transactions, which contains papers delivered in Lodge, ancillary papers, and ‘Notes & Queries’. They also benefit from prior access to research papers; invitations to seminars and conferences; discounts on Masonic books and regalia; and assistance with research.
Derbyshire Masonic Golfers’ Association
Its main objective is to enhance Masonic fraternity among those who play golf and who wish to compete amongst themselves at various venues in the Province. Membership is open to all Freemasons and can be obtained by contacting the Secretary. The venues change on a yearly basis and are posted each January after the AGM. The last match of the year is played in October with a break over the winter months resuming again in the new-year in April. The first recorded trophies were presented in 1936 by the 9th Duke of Devonshire.
The Freemasons’ Forum
Discussion forum for freemasons.