Events

Annual Metropolitan Garden Party

Sir Michael Snyder, Metropolitan Grand Master, would be delighted if you, your lodge members, families & friends could join him and other members of the Metropolitan Grand Lodge for a fun filled day & ...

Charity Summer Bowls Event

The London Masonic Bowlers Association are delighted to extend an invitation to all bowling associations and clubs to a happy day's charity bowling event. The Summer London Inspired Masonic Bowls Occa ...

Metropolitan Grand Lodge Lift for Life

Metropolitan Grand Lodge is looking for brethren of all ages to do something very different in aid of our Lift for Life appeal. Do something amazing. Skydive for Metropolitan Grand Lodge’s Lift for L ...

Lord Mayors Show 2018

The Metropolitan Grand Lodge & Grand Chapter Entry into the Lord Mayor's Show this year will be highlighting our huge support for London including our donations to the LAA and LFB. This is an exceptio ...

Tercentenary Organ Recital Series

In 2017, the United Grand Lodge of England celebrated the 300th anniversary of the world's first Grand Lodge, here in London, in 1717. Part of the preparation for the celebration was the overhaul and ...

Flight! Kent Club vs Connaught Club

Join us at the Flight Club in Bloomsbury on Thursday, 7th March 2019, 7 pm when the Kent Club for London Freemasons takes on the Connaught Club for Young Freemasons in London at the most exciting, blo ...

Electrolyte

Electrolyte is a multi-award winning piece of gig theatre that powerfully explores mental health for a contemporary audience. Written in spoken word poetry and underscored by original music ranging fr ...

Freemasons Hall Organ Concert

In 2017, the United Grand Lodge of England celebrated the 300th anniversary of the world’s first Grand Lodge, here in London, in 1717. Part of the preparation for the celebration was the overhaul and ...

Open Day

On Saturday 19th October, London Freemasons will be holding a ‘Discover Freemasonry’ Open Day at the West London Masonic, Churchfield Road, Ealing.
 

Fact

It is estimated that there is in excess of five million Freemasons throughout the world.
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