Latest news from Provincial Grand Lodges (UGLE)


Latest news from Provincial Grand Lodges (UGLE)

In the various sections listed below, we publish up-to-date/latest news from Provincial Grand Lodges of the United Grand Lodge of England.

This is the largest news service, relating to UGLE, currently available on the internet.

BEDFORDSHIRE

Provincial Grand Lodge of Bedfordshire Inaugurated: 1885

BERKSHIRE

Provincial Grand Lodge of Berkshire Inaugurated: 1773

BRISTOL

Provincial Grand Lodge of Bristol

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE

Provincial Grand Lodge of Buckinghamshire Inaugurated: 1890

CAMBRIDGESHIRE

Provincial Grand Lodge of Cambridgeshire Inaugurated: 1796

CHESHIRE

Provincial Grand Lodge of Cheshire Inaugurated: 1725

CORNWALL

Provincial Grand Lodge of Cornwall

CUMBRIA

Provincial Grand Lodge of Cumberland & Westmorland Inaugurated: 1860

DERBYSHIRE

Provincial Grand Lodge of Derbyshire Inaugurated: 1826

DEVONSHIRE

Provincial Grand Lodge of Devonshire Inaugurated: 1775

DORSET

Provincial Grand Lodge of Dorset Inaugurated: 1780

DURHAM

Provincial Grand Lodge of Durham Inaugurated: 1788

ESSEX

Provincial Grand Lodge of Essex

GLOUCESTERSHIRE

Provincial Grand Lodge of Gloucestershire

GUERNSEY & ALDERNEY

Provincial Grand Lodge of Guernsey & Alderney Inaugurated: 1753

HAMPSHIRE & ISLE OF WIGHT

Provincial Grand Lodge of Hampshire & Isle of Wight Inaugurated: 1767

HEREFORDSHIRE

Provincial Grand Lodge of Herefordshire

HERTFORDSHIRE

Provincial Grand Lodge of Hertfordshire

ISLE OF MAN

Provincial Grand Lodge of Isle of Man. Inaugurated: 1886

JERSEY

Provincial Grand Lodge of Jersey Inaugurated: 1753

EAST KENT

Provincial Grand Lodge of East Kent Inaugurated: 1770/1973

WEST KENT

Provincial Grand Lodge of West Kent Inaugurated: 1770/1973

EAST LANCASHIRE

Provincial Grand Lodge of East Lancashire 1826/1960

WEST LANCASHIRE

Provincial Grand Lodge of West Lancashire 1826/1960

LEICESTERSHIRE & RUTLAND

Provincial Grand Lodge of Leicestershire & Rutland

LINCOLNSHIRE

Provincial Grand Lodge of Lincolnshire Inaugurated: 1792

LONDON

Metropolitan Grand Lodge of London

MIDDLESEX

Provincial Grand Lodge of Middlesex

MONMOUTHSHIRE

Provincial Grand Lodge of Monmouthshire Installed 1753/1840

NORFOLK

Provincial Grand Lodge of Norfolk

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE & HUNTINGDONSHIRE

Provincial Grand Lodge of Northamptonshire & Huntingdonshire Inaugurated: 1798

NORTHUMBERLAND

Provincial Grand Lodge of Northumberland - Inaugurated: 1734

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE

Provincial Grand Lodge of Nottinghamshire

OXFORDSHIRE

Provincial Grand Lodge of Oxfordshire - Inaugurated: 1717

SHROPSHIRE

Provincial Grand Lodge of Shropshire

SOMERSET

Provincial Grand Lodge of Somerset

STAFFORDSHIRE

Provincial Grand Lodge of Staffordshire - Inaugurated: 1791

SUFFOLK

Provincial Grand Lodge of Suffolk - Inaugurated: 1772

SURREY

Provincial Grand Lodge of Surrey - Inaugurated: 1837

SUSSEX

Provincial Grand Lodge of Sussex

NORTH WALES

Provincial Grand Lodge of North Wales - Inaugurated: 1727

SOUTH WALES

Provincial Grand Lodge of South Wales

WEST WALES

Provincial Grand Lodge of West Wales

WARWICKSHIRE

Provincial Grand Lodge of Warwickshire - Inaugurated: 1728

WILTSHIRE

Provincial Grand Lodge of Wiltshire - Inaugurated: 1775

WORCESTERSHIRE

Provincial Grand Lodge of Worcestershire - Inaugurated: 1847

YORKSHIRE, NORTH & EAST RIDINGS

Provincial Grand Lodge of Yorkshire, North & East Ridings - Inaugurated: 1817

YORKSHIRE, WEST RIDING

Provincial Grand Lodge of Yorkshire, West Riding - Inaugurated: 1817

Provincial Grand Lodges are administrative subdivisions of a Grand Lodge. Under the jurisdiction of the United Grand Lodge of England they are the regional governing bodies of Freemasonry in England, Wales, the Isle of Man, and the Channel Islands.

There are currently 47 Provincial Grand Lodges governed by UGLE, whose boundaries largely correspond to those of the historic counties of England. Each Provincial Grand Lodge is headed by a Provincial Grand Master.

The Grand Lodge uses a broadly similar administrative system for groups of lodges overseas, although these units are termed “District Grand Lodges”. The Constitutions of the Grand Lodge also permit the formation of a similar administrative system for any large urban metropolitan area, to be known as a “Metropolitan Grand Lodge”. At present only one such unit has been established, namely the Metropolitan Grand Lodge of London.

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