Norfolk Freemasons


Norfolk Freemasons
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  • Norfolk Installed Masters Lodge host Prestonian Lecture October 29, 2019
    As part of its Centenary celebrations, Norfolk Installed Masters Lodge No. 3905 was honoured to receive one of only four official presentations of this year's Prestonian Lecture - Freemasonry and The Great War by Mike Karn Mike gave an outstanding presentation which he had tailored for the evening to be particularly specific to the Province […]
  • Norfolk Freemasons present Compiled History of their Lodges to the Museum of Freemasonry September 19, 2019
    As part of the Tercentenary celebrations back in 2017, Norfolk Freemasons decided to create a single source containing a definitive written historical record of all their lodges To that end a small committee was formed with the aim of gathering together and compiling all available histories into a single document. The overriding brief being that […]
  • Norfolk Freemasons hold Church Service and parade in King's Lynn July 1, 2019
    Freemasons from across Norfolk held their Service of Thanksgiving at King’s Lynn on 15th June 2019, while also parading in full regalia from the Town Hall to the Minster The Rt Revd Jonathan Meyrick Bishop of Lynn gave the sermon, while the service was led by the Revd Canon Christopher Ivory. On behalf of the […]
  • Norfolk Freemasons donate £190,000 to fund state-of-the-art prostate cancer scanner June 4, 2019
    Thousands of men with prostate cancer will be able to avoid the damaging side effects of surgery thanks to a new research scanner that will be installed in Norwich Thanks to fundraising by Norfolk Freemasons, a state-of-the-art Affymetrix Microarray Scanner will be used to differentiate between the majority of harmless prostate cancers, known as pussycat […]
  • Norfolk Freemasons donate £8,776 to bring first ever donor breast milk hub to the county June 4, 2019
    The Human Milk Foundation has teamed up with SERV Norfolk to give mums across Norfolk access to donated breast milk – thanks to a £8,776 donation from Norfolk Freemasons to purchase the vital specialised breast milk storage fridge This will give support to mothers in the community whose babies need short-term donor milk to help […]
  • Norfolk Freemasons fund three new Blood Bikes June 11, 2018
    Norfolk Freemasons gathered at the Forum in Norwich to present Service by Emergency Response Volunteers (SERV) Norfolk with three new motorcycles It followed an appeal the Province launched last year to raise enough money within 12 months to buy one new bike for SERV. Only nine months later, and masons presented SERV with not one, […]
  • Marksmen Lodge hits the target with young Worshipful Master in Norfolk April 2, 2018
    Sam Carter, the 26 year old son of Russell Carter, the Norfolk Provincial Charity Steward, was Installed as Worshipful Master of the Lodge of Marksmen No. 9755 on 23rd March 2018 The lodge was honoured by a full Norfolk Provincial team visit giving a total number attending of 90 squeezed into the small temple in […]
  • Disabled sports charity given fundraising boost from Norfolk Freemasons August 29, 2017
    A charity which helps people with disabilities take part in sport has received a £4,500 donation from a group of Norfolk Freemasons Members of the Wroxham-based Boileau Lodge No. 6862 have completed a triathlon to raise funds for WheelPower, which offers opportunities for disabled people to get active. As part of the celebrations to mark […]
  • Norfolk Freemasons open their doors to the public August 21, 2017
    Members of the public had a behind the scenes look inside Wroxham Masonic Centre, as Norfolk Freemasons opened their doors Over 100 visitors filled the temple and had the opportunity to see a demonstration by the Norfolk Provincial Grand Stewards Lodge No. 9266 and a talk by senior Norfolk Freemason Stewart Middleton. Mysteries were dispelled […]
  • Norfolk masons Jim Carter and Mike Cole brought Crimestoppers to UK June 6, 2013
    A criminal mast£r plan Thanks to two Great Yarmouth masons thirty years ago, an anonymous informant scheme travelled from the US to Norfolk before going nationwide. Robert Price charts the rise of Crimestoppers According to the parliamentary official record, Hansard, a debate took place in the House of Commons on 18 June 2008, when it […]
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  • Norfolk Installed Masters Lodge host Prestonian Lecture October 29, 2019
    As part of its Centenary celebrations, Norfolk Installed Masters Lodge No. 3905 was honoured to receive one of only four official presentations of this year's Prestonian Lecture - Freemasonry and The Great War by Mike Karn Mike gave an outstanding presentation which he had tailored for the evening to be particularly specific to the Province […]
  • Norfolk Freemasons present Compiled History of their Lodges to the Museum of Freemasonry September 19, 2019
    As part of the Tercentenary celebrations back in 2017, Norfolk Freemasons decided to create a single source containing a definitive written historical record of all their lodges To that end a small committee was formed with the aim of gathering together and compiling all available histories into a single document. The overriding brief being that […]
  • Norfolk Freemasons hold Church Service and parade in King's Lynn July 1, 2019
    Freemasons from across Norfolk held their Service of Thanksgiving at King’s Lynn on 15th June 2019, while also parading in full regalia from the Town Hall to the Minster The Rt Revd Jonathan Meyrick Bishop of Lynn gave the sermon, while the service was led by the Revd Canon Christopher Ivory. On behalf of the […]
  • Norfolk Freemasons donate £190,000 to fund state-of-the-art prostate cancer scanner June 4, 2019
    Thousands of men with prostate cancer will be able to avoid the damaging side effects of surgery thanks to a new research scanner that will be installed in Norwich Thanks to fundraising by Norfolk Freemasons, a state-of-the-art Affymetrix Microarray Scanner will be used to differentiate between the majority of harmless prostate cancers, known as pussycat […]
  • Norfolk Freemasons donate £8,776 to bring first ever donor breast milk hub to the county June 4, 2019
    The Human Milk Foundation has teamed up with SERV Norfolk to give mums across Norfolk access to donated breast milk – thanks to a £8,776 donation from Norfolk Freemasons to purchase the vital specialised breast milk storage fridge This will give support to mothers in the community whose babies need short-term donor milk to help […]
  • Norfolk Freemasons fund three new Blood Bikes June 11, 2018
    Norfolk Freemasons gathered at the Forum in Norwich to present Service by Emergency Response Volunteers (SERV) Norfolk with three new motorcycles It followed an appeal the Province launched last year to raise enough money within 12 months to buy one new bike for SERV. Only nine months later, and masons presented SERV with not one, […]
  • Marksmen Lodge hits the target with young Worshipful Master in Norfolk April 2, 2018
    Sam Carter, the 26 year old son of Russell Carter, the Norfolk Provincial Charity Steward, was Installed as Worshipful Master of the Lodge of Marksmen No. 9755 on 23rd March 2018 The lodge was honoured by a full Norfolk Provincial team visit giving a total number attending of 90 squeezed into the small temple in […]
  • Disabled sports charity given fundraising boost from Norfolk Freemasons August 29, 2017
    A charity which helps people with disabilities take part in sport has received a £4,500 donation from a group of Norfolk Freemasons Members of the Wroxham-based Boileau Lodge No. 6862 have completed a triathlon to raise funds for WheelPower, which offers opportunities for disabled people to get active. As part of the celebrations to mark […]
  • Norfolk Freemasons open their doors to the public August 21, 2017
    Members of the public had a behind the scenes look inside Wroxham Masonic Centre, as Norfolk Freemasons opened their doors Over 100 visitors filled the temple and had the opportunity to see a demonstration by the Norfolk Provincial Grand Stewards Lodge No. 9266 and a talk by senior Norfolk Freemason Stewart Middleton. Mysteries were dispelled […]
  • Norfolk masons Jim Carter and Mike Cole brought Crimestoppers to UK June 6, 2013
    A criminal mast£r plan Thanks to two Great Yarmouth masons thirty years ago, an anonymous informant scheme travelled from the US to Norfolk before going nationwide. Robert Price charts the rise of Crimestoppers According to the parliamentary official record, Hansard, a debate took place in the House of Commons on 18 June 2008, when it […]
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  • Norfolk Freemasons Weekly Podcasts October 5, 2021
    Welcome to the first episode of the Norfolk Freemason Video Podcast. The podcast has been launched to share insights into Freemasonry and to encourage those who have an interest in becoming a Freemason to take that next step. Please enjoy the first episode with host Steven Thompson from Naval & Military Lodge and his guest […]
    Tim Ridley
  • Norfolk Freemasons Donate Welfare Facilities to Sea Palling Lifeboat August 24, 2021
    It has been a base for daring rescues and lifesaving feats since 1972 – but Sea Palling Lifeboat Station has never had one of the most basic facilities – its own toilet. For the past 49 years volunteers at the station have had to use the nearby public toilets. The station also lacked a kitchen […]
    Tim Ridley
  • Norfolk Freemasons Celebrate NHS, Social Care and Frontline Workers Day July 5, 2021
    5th July 2021 marks seventy three years since the formation of our pioneering National Health Service. In celebration, today is the first NHS, Social Care and Frontline Workers’ Day, with the whole country taking part in a range of events, including many Freemasons. This video shows some of the ways Norfolk Freemasons support the NHS […]
    Tim Ridley
  • NHS, Social Care and Frontline Workers’ Day July 5, 2021
    The inaugural celebration of NHS, Social Care and Frontline Workers’ Day takes place today, 5 July 2021, with Freemasons in Norfolk and across England helping lead the event. The United Grand Lodge of England, the governing body for Freemasons, is inviting its 200,000 members to fly specially designed flags at 10am on 5 July, to […]
    Tim Ridley
  • UGLE Launches First Ever Annual Report April 30, 2021
    The United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE) has launched its first annual report, in its 300 year history, marking another major step forward in its commitment to modernisation, transparency and normalization. .The annual report includes the new mission statement, which sits alongside the UGLE’s four key values of integrity, respect, friendship and charity. In addition, […]
    Tim Ridley
  • Prince Philip: A True English Gentleman April 12, 2021
    The Freemasons are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Prince Philip this morning and we extend our sincere condolences to Her Majesty The Queen and the Royal Family. His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh started his life in Freemasonry in 1952, at the age of 31. He was initiated into Navy Lodge, […]
    Tim Ridley
  • Freemasons rise to Covid-19 challenge with donations totalling £1m and 18 million hours of volunteering March 25, 2021
    Faced with the greatest global pandemic in living memory, Freemasons came together in 2020 and donated a total of £1m as well as their time to help those in need. The donations were used to help communities in various critical areas, including foodbanks, support for unpaid carers, personal protective equipment (PPE), supplies for hospitals and […]
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  • The New Normal: British people enjoy the first organ concert of the year from home March 18, 2021
    Freemasons’ Hall has announced its first Organ Concert of 2021, which will take place on 30 March, at 7pm. The event, being held virtually, will showcase the magnificent Willis pipe 0rgan, which resides in the Grand Temple of Freemasons’ Hall in London, an art deco masterpiece completed in 1933. The concert is to be given […]
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  • Norfolk Family Carers receive £10,000 February 26, 2021
    With charities experiencing a shortfall in funding due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Norfolk Freemasons have made a grant to relieve the financial pressure of unpaid carers. Norfolk Family Carers have received £10,000 to help rescope respite groups and maintain opportunities to have fun while building peer support with other young carers in the same situation. […]
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  • Burns Night 2021 – Virtually Celebrating January 25, 2021
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PROVINCIAL GRAND LODGE OF NORFOLK

Provincial Grand Master
Stephen N. Allen

Provincial Grand Secretary
Robin G. Hawes

Address
Provincial Office
47 St Giles Street
Norwich
Norfolk
NR2 1JR

Tel: 01603 219436

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