Stuart Pearcey

September 19, 2020

85-year-old Bob leaps into record books with three-mile skydive

We’re happy to claim that Lincolnshire’s Bob Smith is the oldest Freemason ever to have made a tandem parachute jump for charity. We’ve been unable to […]
September 18, 2020

Freemasons offer comfort to those fleeing domestic abuse

Domestic abuse victims escaping violence often arrive in refuges with nothing more than the clothes on their backs – so Lincolnshire Freemasons have given £5,000 to […]
September 16, 2020

From Lincolnshire to Latvia: 200-year-old jewel to be exhibited at new museum

When Latvian Freemasons open a masonic museum next year one of their prized exhibits will establish a link with Lincolnshire. This jewel was acquired from a […]
September 15, 2020

Why you should make that call rather than struggle on: an almoner’s tale

The following story has been written by Philip Connah of Cumberland Lodge No. 3858, a Provincial Lodge Almoner and Provincial Visiting Volunteer. He has asked for […]
September 15, 2020

Pro Grand Master’s address in times of change

In the month which under normal circumstances would have seen a Quarterly Communication meeting at Freemasons’ Hall, we are able to share an address by the […]
September 14, 2020

Cleaning regime paves way for Paulinus members to meet at last

A thorough cleaning regime by specially-trained members paved the way for Lincolnshire’s first post-lockdown meeting – at Paulinus Lodge 3957 in Lincoln. A quorum of members […]
September 14, 2020

Rule of six: UGLE letter restricts meetings to six people

UGLE and Supreme Grand Chapter have this morning published new guidance about the numbers permitted to attend meetings. Read the full letter from Davis Staples here:
September 7, 2020

Lincoln members’ novel approach to meetings offers success on a plate

A full English fry-up at the Witch and Wardrobe in Lincoln has been the latest initiative from Paulinus Lodge to get members together in a Covid-safe […]
September 7, 2020

Lincolnshire rolls out the red carpet for trio of Leicestershire cyclists

Three Leicestershire cyclists have ridden 95 miles from Syston to Skegness in a day, sustained by hospitality from Lincolnshire brethren along the route and raising £1,000 […]