What’s Your Lodge’s Story?
Earlier this year Freemasons in East Kent were invited to share the history of their lodges and chapters and the masonic buildings in which they meet or have used over the years.
This idea was prompted by the publication of the Hythe Masonic Centre’s 50th anniversary in issue 65 of the Provincial Magazine.
Any reports received in response to this appeal are published below. Please click on each item to read more.
An Ashford lodge welcomes Brethren of advancing years to their afternoon meetings.read more
The Per Mare Per Terram Lodge No 3609 in Chatham proudly unveils its new lodge banner.read more
Two Past Masters of Pentangle Lodge No 1174 visit the Medway Universities Campus to attract new members.read more
A Half Century for the Bredenstone Lodge, meeting at St Margarets-At-Cliffe.read more
Globe and Laurel Lodge No 4657 recover some valuable jewels that belonged to one of their Founders.read more
Dickens Lodge No 8047 celebrates its Golden Jubileeread more