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September 14, 2021

More than 100 people tour Grantham Freemasons’ HQ during town’s Heritage Open Days

Grantham Freemasons said: “We’re open” and welcomed more than 100 people to tour their Faraday House HQ in the town’s Chambers Street during the local Heritage […]
September 6, 2021

Spreading a little comfort: Freemasons’ Teddies for Loving Care scheme gives three millionth bear to a sick child

The three millionth teddy to be given to poorly children across England and Wales has been presented, with Lincolnshire Freemasons playing a big part. The special […]
September 2, 2021

Backed by Freemasons’ support, Scunthorpe Paralympic archer wins bronze in Tokyo

Two bullseyes in her final competition of the Tokyo Paralympics have earned Scunthorpe’s Victoria Rumary a bronze medal for her archery skills – a result which […]
August 26, 2021

More than a million people get mental health support thanks to the Freemasons

To help more than 1.4 million people experiencing mental health issues, Freemasons are donating more than £550,000 to help citizens across the UK. Many people are […]
August 17, 2021

Trevor’s 28lb haul was enough to win Freemasons’ angling competition

Lumley Lodge member Trevor Clingan needed only 28lbs of fish to win the 2021 annual angling competition organised by the Lincolnshire Masonic Social Committee. He was […]
August 16, 2021

Don’t fall prey to scammers, Freemasons are warned

Freemasons are being urged to be on their guard against increasing threats from scammers, and to look out for elderly friends who may be more vulnerable. […]
August 16, 2021

Royal British Legion seeks help from Freemasons in its hunt for poppy sellers

The Royal British Legion has turned to Freemasonry for help in finding volunteers for this year’s Poppy Appeal. Fewer volunteers have come forward this year, and […]
August 16, 2021

Widow’s Sons motorcyclists offer help to smaller charities

Motorcycling Freemasons riding under the banner of The Lincs Imps have helped improve the quality of life for people supported by smaller hard-pressed charities in the county. […]
August 5, 2021

Still’s in business: Lincoln distiller makes masonic charity part of his post-Covid business recovery

Rather than allowing the trials inflicted on business by Covid, Brexit, and the Suez Canal incident to push his fledging distillery to the wall, Matt Felgate […]