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Not one but four Grand Lodge Certificates At the February meeting of the lodge W. Bro Denis Stubley, representing the Provincial...

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PGC/LIFELITES/ZOE’S PLACE MIDDLESBROUGH On Tuesday 1 November 2016 Assistant Provincial Grand Master Stephen Robinson and Provincial Grand Almoner Martin Eggermont were...

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The Holderness Lodge No 3563, from Hull, in the Province of Yorkshire North & East Ridings, had, for them, a...

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On Sunday 20th November 2016, Denis Kelly, Provincial Grand Charity Steward, presented Victoria Wilson, Home Manager at the RMBI Home...

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FREEMASONS from across the York area have raised £16,752 for several local non-Masonic charities. Since the function first began in...

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When the Hull and Holderness Riding for the Disabled Centre was in need of some new kit, the De La...

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Despite it being dull and overcast, on the morning of 13th October 2016 105 people found their way to The...

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Cruising round the UK this August, it was warm enough for shorts and short sleeved shirts. During one sea day...

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Wearing the Tercentenary jewel There are new guide lines, which take immediate effect, relating to the wearing of the new Tercentenary...

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It was going to be a busy Masonic weekend, following an eventful week, so on Friday morning I ensured I’d...

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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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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.