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 […]
September 7, 2020

Ride home from railway station takes Phil and Rob past the 300-mile mark for their cycling epic

Although the ride home from Scunthorpe railway station took Phil and Rob Aitken past the 300-mile mark for their week-long coast to coast cycling epic – […]
September 4, 2020

Brethren form guard of honour for funeral of departed Paulinus member

More than 30 brethren formed an honour guard of Freemasons at the funeral of George Young,  who passed away on 31st July aged 88. A former police […]
September 4, 2020

Bonjour, Scotland! Phil pushes on with UK-bound charity cycle ride

Heading north to Scotland on the charity cycle ride originally intended to have taken him south to Paris Scunthorpe freemason Phil Aitken and his brother Rob […]
September 4, 2020

My Freemasonry Story: Mike Haynes

Our latest Freemasonry Story comes from Bourne in the south of the Province, where interviewee Mike Haynes has been a member of the Lodge of Aveland […]
August 31, 2020

Members Pathway pioneer to examine future of Freemasonry in online lecture

One of the pioneers of the Members Pathway will examine The Future of Freemasonry in an online presentation of the same name that’s open to all […]
August 29, 2020

Thinking harder about why we’re in Craft and Royal Arch

by Russell Race, Second Grand Principal in the Holy Royal Arch When I was asked to pen a few words for the Arena magazine in the […]

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