Charity, respect, integrity and concern for the care of others are key values for all Freemasons. In addition to the work that takes place in our lodges to raise money and support our communities, you’ll find many Masons dedicating themselves to other equally important causes in their own lives.
These amazing people may not do everything they do as Masons, but because they themselves exemplify those core values we all share. Here we pay tribute to the incredible work they do and offer an insight into the important causes they support.
If you know an amazing Mason that you think deserves recognition for the work they do beyond Freemasonry, please get in touch with your Provincial Media Manager.
Sheerness Freemason Allen West receives an award from the NHS Blood Transfusion Service.
A well-known local Freemason is presented with a fifty-year long service certificate.
A Freemason from Gravesend is presented with a sixty-year long service certificate.
A Freemason from Gillingham is presented with a sixty-year long service certificate.
A Freemason from Maidstone receives a long service certificate to mark his seventieth anniversary in Freemasonry.
A Freemason from Dover is honoured with France’s highest military decoration.
A Freemason from Rochester is recognised for his long service to the local community.
One of our Amazing Masons and his wife make another trip to Ukraine to help children affected by the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.
Alex Skein from Gillingham receives a long service certificate to mark his 60 years as a Freemason.
Ken Ranger M.B.E. from Herne Bay receives a long service certificate to mark his 60 years as a Freemason.
Two East Kent Freemasons are honoured with France’s highest military decoration.
Medway Freemason, Douglas Moutrie, is awarded an M.B.E. for his Services to People with Disabilities in Kent.