Suffolk Freemasons


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  • Ipswich charity Emmaus receives £30,000 grant from Suffolk Freemasons February 4, 2021
    Emmaus Suffolk first opened its doors in 2016 and since then have grown rapidly and now run groups and workshops on a regular basis in Ipswich and Felixstowe to support those within the local community who would otherwise be socially isolated, are struggling with long-term unemployment or are at risk of homelessness Emmaus Suffolk provides […]
  • Suffolk Royal Arch Masons donate a total of £20,000 to Suffolk Accident Rescue Service September 8, 2020
    Recognizing a local charity providing important benefit to Suffolk, David Boswell decided to adopt the Charity for his 2020 Grand Superintendent’s Appeal The Chapters of Suffolk responded in true masonic spirit, and with match funding from the Suffolk Provincial Grand Chapter Charity in next to no time had raised the magnificent sum of £10,000, which […]
  • Suffolk Masonic Clay Shooting Society donate £3500 to Suffolk Accident Rescue Service May 22, 2020
    The Suffolk Masonic Clay Shooting Society (SMaCSS) donate £3500 to Suffolk Accident Rescue Service This year, the Committee of the Suffolk Masonic Clay Shooting Society decided to support the Suffolk Accident Rescue Service (SARS) as their main charity recipient. SARS are a local charity that receives no central government funding and relies heavily on donations […]
  • Suffolk Freemasons source and distribute much needed PPE across East Anglia May 4, 2020
    Suffolk Light Blues have established an extensive logistics operation and are now delivering some desperately needed PPE items, free of charge, to a large number of medical sites working in the front line against Covid-19 Around 100 members of the Light Blues from across the Province have offered their services to assist in this project […]
  • Seven Grand Superintendents present for Sparta Chapter Consecration in Suffolk August 18, 2019
    During 2018, Suffolk-based Laconic Lodge No. 9771 decided to sponsor a Holy Royal Arch Chapter. A total of 28 Founders signed the Petition and, after due deliberation by Supreme Grand Chapter, the new Chapter – with the name Sparta Chapter – was granted a warrant which was dated April 5th 2019 The basic precept of […]
  • Suffolk Freemasons donate vital funds to help horse breeding charity July 17, 2019
    Suffolk Freemasons have come together to donate £1,000 to the Suffolk Punch Trust. The register charity breeds Suffolk Horses and the breed is in serious danger of dying out unless urgent and rapid action is taken The timing was spot on when a request for help and support was received by Ruffy Ruffles, the Vice […]
  • Suffolk Freemasons raise a smile for day centre with an afternoon of fishing May 6, 2019
    Suffolk Freemasons helped raise a smile for members of Ferriers Barn Day Centre – a local day centre for people with disabilities – with an afternoon of fishing Four years ago, Suffolk Freemasons set up the Masonic Fishing Charity in the county – a charity which takes disadvantaged and disabled groups or individuals with trauma […]
  • Local families receive support thanks to grant from Suffolk Freemasons October 21, 2018
    Families struggling to cope will have somewhere to turn, thanks to a grant of £4,929 from Suffolk Freemasons to Home-Start Mid & West Suffolk The grant, which comes through the Masonic Charitable Foundation, will support a service which helps parents who have at least one child under five. Home-Start Mid & West Suffolk looks at […]
  • Suffolk Freemasons complete cycling challenge and raise over £21,600 for charity September 26, 2018
    Suffolk Freemasons Andy Gentle and Nick Moulton cycled all the way down to Freemasons' Hall on 12 September 2018, completing the final part of a four year challenge which has helped to raise over £21,600 towards their Festival 2019 for the Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution The Provincial Grand Master of Suffolk Ian Yeldham, together with […]
  • Duchess of Cambridge impressed by Suffolk Freemasons March 29, 2012
    The Ipswich Treehouse Children's Hospice was formally opened by HRH The Duchess of Cambridge, Royal Patron, on 19 March 2012. The Province of Suffolk raised over £171,000 towards the £3m total cost to build and equip this new children’s hospice in Ipswich, for life-threatened children and their families in Suffolk & North Essex. Barry Ross, […]
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  • Freemasons donate £3500 to Suffolk Accident Rescue Service June 15, 2020
    Suffolk Masonic Clay Shooting Society has been very pleased to donate £3500 to Suffolk Accident Rescue Service (SARS) which will go towards funding a much needed Zoll X-Series Monitor/Defibrillator. SARS are a local charity that receives no central government funding and relies heavily on donations from the general public. The post Freemasons donate £3500 to […]
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  • Local families receive support thanks to grant from Suffolk Freemasons October 28, 2018
    Families struggling to cope will have somewhere to turn, thanks to a grant of £4,929 from Suffolk Freemasons to Home-Start Mid & West Suffolk The grant, which comes through the Masonic Charitable Foundation, will support a service which helps parents who have at least one child under five. Home-Start Mid & West Suffolk looks at the […]
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  • Suffolk Freemasons complete cycling challenge and raise over £21,600 for charity September 26, 2018
      Suffolk Freemasons Andy Gentle and Nick Moulton cycled all the way down to Freemasons’ Hall on 12 September 2018, completing the final part of a four year challenge which has helped to raise over £21,600 towards their Festival 2019 for the Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution The Provincial Grand Master of Suffolk Ian Yeldham, together with […]
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  • Lowestoft Freemasons present volunteer lifeguards with new rescue craft July 22, 2017
    At a ceremony on Sunday, July 16, the Freemasons of Orient Lodge presented a dedicated rescue ski entitled ‘The Boy Ian’, named in memory of former Master of The Lodge, Ian Paterson. The post Lowestoft Freemasons present volunteer lifeguards with new rescue craft first appeared on Freemasonry Matters.
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  • Suffolk Freemasons organise Prostate Cancer Screening January 24, 2017
    2017 News Prostate Cancer Screening Suffolk Provincial Grand Lodge and Chaps have teamed up to provide a programme for all Suffolk Masons and a “buddy” to have a Prostate Check. This is a simple blood test [PSA] that has achieved very good results in other programmes by highlighting a need to follow the result up […]
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  • Laughter and Legends – Presented by the Freemasons of Suffolk in aid of masonic and non-masonic charties. December 4, 2016
    Laughter and Legends Regent Theatre, Ipswich January 21st 2017 19:30 Presented by the Masons of Suffolk in aid of masonic and non-masonic charties. An extravaganza of Music and Comedy starring: Ric Wakeman:- 70’s Rock Legend Roger De Coucey:- Ventriloquist Extraordinaire Katie Jones:- Accomplished Classical Soloist Andrew Flemming:- Britain’s Got Talent Finalist Triple Cream:- Renowned Comedy Pop Band […]
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  • 21st October October 21, 2021
    The Freemasons have signed the Armed Forces Covenant during a ceremony at Freemasons’ Hall in Covent Garden on 20 October led by His Royal Highness, The Duke of Kent The partnership aims to support members of the Armed Forces community and ensure they have the same access to government as well as commercial services and products […]
  • October 1st 2021 September 30, 2021
    Suffolk Freemasons provide emergency fundingto support K1 Britannia Foundations relief efforts in Haiti after major earthquake K1 Britannia Foundation’s disaster relief and crisis team has successfully completed its relief efforts in Haiti after the tragic 7.2 earthquake on August 14. Suffolk Freemasons working together with the Masonic Charitable Foundation donated £2000 to enable the K1 […]
  • 24th September 2021 September 24, 2021
    The three millionth teddy to be given to poorly children across England and Wales has been presented, with Suffolk Freemasons playing a big part locally Dave Wilson, TLC Co-ordinator for Suffolk Freemasons delivering teddies to the A&E Department at James Paget Hospital in Gorleston Suffolk Freemasons have given teddies to 14500 children at hospitals across […]

PROVINCIAL GRAND LODGE OF SUFFOLK

Provincial Grand Master
Ian J. Yeldham

Provincial Grand Secretary
Roger E. Nash

Address
Freemasons’ Hall
Soane Street
Ipswich
Suffolk
IP4 2BG

Tel: 01473 232432

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