Buckinghamshire Freemasons


Buckinghamshire Freemasons
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  • United Grand Lodge of England - Annual Report 2020 May 1, 2021
    The first annual report in The United Grand Lodge of England's (UGLE) 300 year history has been released; paving the way for transparency & modernization among others.For more information, you can read the report here.  
  • 2020 Provincial Grand Lodge Meeting October 26, 2020
    After a last-minute change of venue due to Slough moving into Tier 2, the Provincial Grand Lodge of Buckinghamshire met this morning under the ‘rule of six’ at Marlow Masonic Centre.
  • Covid-19 Tier System and Freemasonry October 25, 2020
    Brethren All, The introduction of the local tier system to control Covid-19 has raised more questions regarding Lodge meetings and if, or how they might go ahead. UGLE has prepared some useful information which can be accessed directly from a new ‘Covid-19 Member Guidance’ menu item on the UGLE website.
  • Florence Nightingale Hospice Celebrates 30th Birthday November 1, 2019
    On 16th October 2019, sixteen Buckinghamshire Freemasons along with their partners and friends were invited to a private evening at Waddesdon Manor by Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity in celebration of their 30th anniversary and to give thanks for all that the Masons do for their charity by way of fundraising, donations and of course, volunteering.
  • Bucks Motorcycle Lodge visits Isle of Man October 27, 2019
    Buckinghamshire Motorcycle Lodge may only be 3 years old but it is already gaining a reputation for being both different and exciting.
  • Class Car Lodge Meeting at Kop Hill October 26, 2019
    The Kop Hill Climb Festival, Princes Risborough, celebrated its 10th year since being reinstated as an historic car event on the weekend of 21st/22nd September 2019, and I was fortunate in being invited to exhibit my classic car on the Buckinghamshire Provincial Grand Lodge stand along with other members and their cars of the Bucks […]
  • Beaconsfield Lodge White Table October 6, 2019
    Beaconsfield Lodge held a brief formal meeting before closing and inviting partners and friends of both the Beaconsfield a Wraysbury Lodges to join them in the small Temple at the Slough Masonic to hear a talk about “What we Masons do”. A presentation was given, aimed at debunking many of the myths and misconceptions that […]
  • Marlow Valley - A Family Occasion October 6, 2019
    The Marlow Valley Lodge Meeting held on 25th September featured a proud Grandfather, W. Bro Bill Stacey who was the Master, raising his grandson Bro. Henry Sherwin. Grand Father Bill, has presided over each of Henry's three degrees.The evening was further enhanced by the visit of Provincial Grand Master R.W.Bro John Clark.  
  • Entente Cordiale Ladies Festival 26 October 2019 September 12, 2019
    The Worshipful Master. Charles Coste, and his Lady cordially invite you to their Ladies Festival. This invitation is extended to your friends and relations as the event is open to non-Masons.
  • UGLE Media Team Workshop August 2019 September 1, 2019
    The UGLE media team gave an interesting Workshop about Effective content writing and the use of Social media at Beaconsfield Masonic Centre on Wednesday the 28th of August.
  • St Barnabas Jewel Presentation July 15, 2019
    St Barnabas, number 948, met at the wonderful Gables Hall temple in July and carried out a 3rd-degree ceremony, raising Bro Jack Muir to the sublime degree of a Master Mason.
  • Nomadic Lodge Consecration July 7, 2019
    A first for any Masonic Lodge, the consecration of the Nomadic Lodge took place at the showground in Winslow on Friday 14th of June.
  • D-Day 75th Anniversary Celebration Lunch June 20, 2019
    Cymbeline Lodge 9004 celebrated the 75th D-Day Anniversary with a lunch at the Bell Hotel in Winslow, where over £900 was raised for the Festival Fortnight.
  • Buckinghamshire Provincial Grand Stewards Lodge 100th meeting May 26, 2019
    Buckinghamshire Provincial Grand Stewards Lodge No 9222 held their 100th meeting on Saturday the 11th of May 2019 at the Marlow Masonic Centre.
  • Classic Car Lodge Special Installation May 10, 2019
    The Bucks Classic Car Lodge had a very special installation recently at Brooklands race track.
  • Leo Kyte receives 50 year Certificate May 10, 2019
    Leo Kyte, who many of us know as a wonderful organist at our Lodge meetings, recently received his 50th-year certificate and promotion to PPSGD from the Bucks Provincial Grand Master John Clark at the Grenville Lodge no 1787. Leo is an Organist at over 13 Lodges in three Provinces.
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  • Buckinghamshire Freemasons support local food banks with deliveries May 4, 2020
    As their continued drive to assist local communities and those in need during these unprecedented times, Buckinghamshire Freemasons contacted the foodbanks which serve the Slough, Marlow, Beaconsfield, Aylesbury and Milton Keynes areas to ascertain which foods are in the greatest demand for Buckinghamshire families and individuals who are facing financial pressures To supply this demand, […]
  • Thames Hospice receives £60,000 donation from Berkshire and Buckinghamshire Freemasons July 11, 2019
    A well-planned cooperative effort, ably supported by the Masonic Charitable Foundation (MCF), has enabled a significant £60,000 donation to be made to Thames Hospice, on behalf of the Freemasons of Berkshire and Buckinghamshire This great example of fraternal cooperation resulted in a significant grant to support the construction of its new hospice in Bray near […]
  • Buckinghamshire Freemasons support Old Gaol Museum with £1,300 donation December 3, 2018
    Buckinghamshire Freemasons have donated £1,300 to the Buckinghamshire Military Museum Trust, which will be used to purchase a fully computerised ‘Modes’ system to enable them to document and record exhibits preserved in Buckingham Old Gaol Museum Andrew Hough, Buckinghamshire’s Masonic Charitable Foundation representative, presented the donation from the Bucks Masonic Centenary Fund to Lt Col […]
  • Buckinghamshire Freemasons donate a new first response vehicle to Winslow community September 8, 2018
    With generous donations from a number of lodges, Buckinghamshire Freemasons have purchased a new first response vehicle for the market town of Winslow Steve Acton, Winslow Community First Responder, and also a local Freemason of Saxon Lodge No. 9735, and Dave Cave, Community Engagement Training Officer (South Central Ambulance Service), were officially presented with the […]
  • Local people with MS to benefit from £30,000 donation by Buckinghamshire Freemasons May 17, 2018
    People living with multiple sclerosis (MS) in Buckinghamshire will benefit from a grant of £30,000, which will provide over 850 hours of physiotherapy to members of the Chilterns MS Centre Regular physiotherapy and support can help those with MS to maintain mobility, cope with their disability and achieve an improved quality of life. On average, […]
  • Buckinghamshire Freemasons donate new vehicles for Community First Responders April 16, 2018
    lodges meeting at Eliot Hall in Winslow have teamed up with the Buckinghamshire Masonic Centenary Fund (BMCF) to provide a small fleet of 4X4 vehicles to serve all areas of rural Buckinghamshire Provincial Grand Master John Clark, assisted by Assistant Provincial Grand Masters Graham Dearing and Phil Blacklaw, presented the latest addition of three vehicles, […]
  • Buckinghamshire Freemasons present Willen Hospice with new rise and recline chairs March 28, 2018
    Buckinghamshire Freemasons have presented Willen Hospice with two new Rise and Recline chairs The chairs will assist in helping patients experiencing pain by allowing them to adjust position and help prevent falls by assisting with seating and rising. They will also reduce strain to medical staff by making transfer and the provision of care easier. […]
  • Young carers receive £20,000 grant from Buckinghamshire Freemasons February 28, 2018
    Young adult carers in Buckinghamshire are being helped to overcome social isolation and improve their wellbeing, thanks to a grant from Buckinghamshire Freemasons to Carers Bucks The £20,000 grant comes through the Masonic Charitable Foundation and will support the ‘Same Chances’ programme, designed to work with young people as they transition into adulthood and independence […]
  • John Clark installed as new Provincial Grand Master for Buckinghamshire February 20, 2018
    Over 500 Buckinghamshire Freemasons were present at Freemasons' Hall on 9th February 2018, where John Clark was installed as the Provincial Grand Master of the Province of Buckinghamshire The Installation was conducted by the United Grand Lodge of England's Deputy Grand Master Jonathan Spence and the visiting Officers of Grand Lodge. John Clark then Invested […]
  • Moving together: Buckinghamshire's iHelp scheme is combating stereotypes December 14, 2012
    Moving together An innovative competition run by Buckinghamshire Freemasons is confronting stereotypes by giving young people the chance to show why they care. Sophie Radice reports from the ihelp finals The atmosphere in Beaconsfield Masonic Centre is buzzing with excitement. Five youth groups from Buckinghamshire have made it into the ihelp finals. Over the afternoon […]
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  • Buckinghamshire Freemasons replace doctor’s stolen bicycle June 11, 2020
    Having heard about the unfortunate criminal act, the close friendship between the Buckinghamshire Freemasons as a charitable organisation and the community hospital triggered a 'chain' reaction to the situation. The post Buckinghamshire Freemasons replace doctor’s stolen bicycle first appeared on Freemasonry Matters.
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  • Children getting more braille books thanks to Freemasons February 2, 2020
    The BMCF (Bucks Masonic Centenary Fund) recently donated a £1000 to purchase a large guillotine, and artwork materials, to help produce braille books for young sight-impaired children. Back in 2018 Buckinghamshire Freemasons raised over £3500 which included a donation of £500 from Winslow Lions to buy young Dexter Ward, who is severely visually impaired due […]
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  • Buckinghamshire Freemasons donate £3,200 to school to fund minibus trailer May 25, 2019
    Buckinghamshire Freemasons donate £3,200 to school to fund minibus trailer The post Buckinghamshire Freemasons donate £3,200 to school to fund minibus trailer first appeared on Freemasonry Matters.
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  • Freemasons donate £45,000 to Life-changing volunteer programme January 22, 2019
    Thanks to a £45,000 grant from Buckinghamshire Freemasons, we’re launching our award-winning Grandmentors programme in Milton Keynes! This life-changing volunteer programme is already running in six areas across the UK, and we’re very excited to be able to reach even more young people from 2019. The post Freemasons donate £45,000 to Life-changing volunteer programme first appeared on Freemasonry […]
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  • Buckinghamshire Freemasons support Old Gaol Museum with £1,300 donation January 11, 2019
    Buckinghamshire Freemasons have donated £1,300 to the Buckinghamshire Military Museum Trust, which will be used to purchase a fully computerised ‘Modes’ system to enable them to document and record exhibits preserved in Buckingham Old Gaol Museum The post Buckinghamshire Freemasons support Old Gaol Museum with £1,300 donation first appeared on Freemasonry Matters.
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  • Freemasons donate to Thames Valley Air Ambulance December 27, 2018
    A grant of £4,000 to the Thames Valley Air Ambulance from Buckinghamshire Freemasons has brought the total Masonic support given to air ambulances across the country to £2.3 million since 2007. The post Freemasons donate to Thames Valley Air Ambulance first appeared on Freemasonry Matters.
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  • Young people leaving care in Milton Keynes supported by £45,000 grant from Buckinghamshire Freemasons December 21, 2018
    Young people leaving the care system in Milton Keynes will be given the support they need, thanks to a £45,000 grant from Buckinghamshire Freemasons to the charity Volunteering Matters The grant, which comes through the Masonic Charitable Foundation (MCF), will fund the award-winning Grandmentors programme, which will see volunteers aged 50 and over trained to […]
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  • Freemasons support Willen Hospice with £1,500 donation December 19, 2018
    Bletchley Park Lodge No. 9518 in Buckinghamshire has presented Willen Hospice with a cheque for £1,500, which has been raised over the past year by a number of raffles and events held at the lodge Carolyn Green, the Community Fundraiser for Willen Hospice, received the donation from the Master of the lodge Rob Marston in […]
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  • Freemasons make £1,000 donation to Merebrook Infant School November 13, 2018
    The links formed by Roman Way Lodge No. 9533 in Buckinghamshire with local schools has benefitted Merebrook Infant School, with the donation of £1,000 to establish a ‘Forest Schools’ initiative The ‘Forest Schools’ initiative aims to build confidence and self-esteem through hands-on learning experiences in the school, outdoors and in the natural environment. Graham Mitchell […]
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  • Freemasons Donate £2,500 to Harry’s Rainbow Trust November 11, 2018
    Bucks MCF Donates £2,500 to Harry's Rainbow Trust Andrew Hough & Mike Clanfield recently presented Odette Mould & Emma Gilead certificate to mark a donation made to the Harry's Rainbow trust for £2,500 by the MCF (Masonic Charitable Foundation). The post Freemasons Donate £2,500 to Harry’s Rainbow Trust first appeared on Freemasonry Matters.
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  • Buckinghamshire Freemasons install a new public access defibrillator October 16, 2018
    The Buckinghamshire Masonic Centenary Foundation (BMCF) have donated £1,800 to install a new public access defibrillator in Buckingham Andrew Hough, Secretary of the BMCF, was present to see the defibrillator installed, which will serve the local community as well as a growing number of local businesses. The money for this project came from the voluntary BMCF donation […]
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  • Freemasons donate braille machine so toddler with extremely rare condition can read his favourite books October 13, 2018
    Bucks Freemasons donate braille machine so toddler with extremely rare condition can read his favourite books The post Freemasons donate braille machine so toddler with extremely rare condition can read his favourite books first appeared on Freemasonry Matters.
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  • Freemasons donate community response vehicle to Market Town of Winslow September 26, 2018
    Bucks Freemasons donate community response vehicle to Winslow The post Freemasons donate community response vehicle to Market Town of Winslow first appeared on Freemasonry Matters.
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  • Buckinghamshire Freemasons donate £3,000 to Milton Keynes Food Bank September 9, 2018
    Milton Keynes Food Bank has received a donation of £3,000 from Buckinghamshire Freemasons A certificate for the funds, donated via the Masonic Charitable Foundation (MCF), was presented by Andrew Hough, MCF representative, and Mike Clanfield, Provincial Charity Steward for Buckinghamshire. Milton Keynes Food Bank is an independent charity established to provide local families and individuals with […]
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  • Buckinghamshire Freemasons organise a fun-filled day for young carers September 8, 2018
    Buckinghamshire Freemasons held its 11th Young Carers Summer BBQ on 24th June 2018 and with 184 people in attendance, made it the highest visited event since it began The event was created as a chance to offer young carers, up to 16 years old, the chance to be ‘children’ again for the day. These children […]
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  • Buckinghamshire Freemasons BBQ helps to raise over £1,500 for charity September 4, 2018
    Members of Haddenham Lodge No. 8944 in Buckinghamshire once again played their part in the local community, when they were in full cooking mode on the barbecue at the annual Haddenham Beerfest on 7th July 2018 As well as the usual enormous selection of ales, lagers and ciders there was a Pimms tent, a wine tent, […]
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  • Buckinghamshire Freemasons come together to raise funds for two-year-old Dexter’s Braille machine September 1, 2018
    There was a large gathering of Freemasons from all across Buckinghamshire at Newton Longville Free Church, as they came together to attend a coffee morning in response to a letter which had been received alerting them to the situation of two-year-old Dexter Ward Dexter is going blind due to infantile glaucoma, a rare condition unrelated […]
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  • Freemasons support Community Radio Station December 6, 2017
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  • Freemasons organise Veteran’s Day Lunch December 6, 2017
    On Sunday 12th November 2017, following the Remembrance Day services, W. Bro. Colin Cruse of Grand Union Lodge, 9641 welcomed 135 war veterans and ex-servicemen to the 10th Annual Remembrance Sunday Lunch held at the Bell Hotel Winslow, by kind permission of Philip and Julie Menday. On Sunday 12th November 2017, following the Remembrance Day […]
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  • Freemasons host Christmas lunch for Linslade Senior Citizens December 5, 2017
    Christmas lunch for Linslade senior citizens The Mayor of Leighton-Linslade, Cllr. Syed Rahman, recently attended a Christmas Luncheon at Stanbridge Rugby Club. Hosted by St Barnabas Lodge, No. 948, and Taplow Lodge, No. 3111, both of which meet at the Masonic Centre in Linslade, the guests of honour were mainly residents of the local sheltered […]
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