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HRH The Duke of Kent visits Canterbury Cathedral for a special Service of Thanksgiving to celebrate 300 years of Freemasonry.
Canterbury welcomed a very unusual member of the congregation on Saturday to a special Thanksgiving Service held at the Cathedral.
Freemasons from Sittingbourne entertain their local senior citizens to a Valentines Day lunch party
Pentangle Lodge No 1174 gains from its efforts to attract new members to Freemasonry.
A well-known local Freemason is presented with a fifty-year long service certificate.
A re-enactment of a typical eighteenth century lodge meeting, held at All Saints Lodge No 5383 in Gillingham, was very well received by everyone present.
Read how the Provincial Junior Grand Warden will be remembered for his blond wig.
The Per Mare Per Terram Lodge No 3609 in Chatham proudly unveils its new lodge banner.
A Freemason from Gravesend is presented with a sixty-year long service certificate.
An introduction to the Brethren and Companions that will be appointed to senior Provincial rank in 2017.
East Kent Freemasons’ Mobile Display Units are given a new lease of life.
Freemasons from the Lord Charles Beresford Lodge No 2404 in Chatham donate a total of £4,000 to four local charities.