As you progress through the degrees of freemasonry, the personal development can be very rewarding. Whilst freemasonry can help good men become better men. Only men of upstanding character are permitted to join.
Freemasonry as a fraternity engages people of all ages, from tradesmen to monarchs. Whatever your status in life, Freemasonry provides an invaluble network of likeminded people never short of a social event to attend.
From its very earliest days Freemasonry has actively supported charity. Although charity is not its primary function, significant sums of money are regularly donated to worthwhile national and local good causes.
Masons in England and Wales
Masons in west riding province
Raised for good causes during 2015 in England and Wales
Welcome to our website where we aim to continuously update our members and visitors with our latest philanthropic and social activities. Additionally, we hope this platform offers non-masons an insight into our local community involvement, furnishing them with ample information should they be interested in joining our fraternity.
Worshipful Master Ian Rushton
Sir Ernest Shackleton
Sir Alexander Flemming
What's it all about?
What it means to be a Freemason
How to become a Freemason
More useful information on Freemasonry
A Tour of Freemasons Hall
United Grand Lodge of England - London