Website Links

A selection of Masonic related links, click the logo of each to visit their websites

The United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE) is the governing body of Freemasonry in England, Wales and the Channel Islands. 

The Province of Hampshire & Isle of Wight, The Provincial website with news and information.

2016 Festival Appeal for the Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys - The work of the RMTGB is fundamental to the ideals of Freemasonry as it has been established to provide appropriate support and assistance where death, desertion, illness, disability or financial need are affecting families, especially children. This trust helps children in the wider community without a Masonic connection by providing bursaries to choristers from low-income families and by awarding grants to non-Masonic charities through its Stepping Stones scheme.

Masonic Charitable Foundation A grant making charity providing help for Freemasons, for Families and for everyone.

 

The Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys is a charity funded by Freemasons which aims to relieve poverty and advance education for children and young people.

Totton Masonic Hall (Lexby Hall) - Where William Rufus meets.  An ideal venue for any occasion located only 3 minutes walk from Eling Marina and nature reserve and 10 minutes walk from Eling Church.

Social Media Links

Twitter feed - Southampton Light Blues Club is a social group for 'Junior' Freemasons meating at Botley, Woolston, Totton and Albion Place, Southampton.

Twitter feed - Freemasons Hall, One of London’s finest Art Deco buildings and also the headquarters of Freemasonry in England and Wales. Unique Venue of London · Film London partner. 60 Great Queen Street, London · ugle.org.uk

 

Twitter feed - Official Twitter channel of the United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE), which is the governing body of Freemasonry in England, Wales and the Channel Islands.

Twitter feed - HantsMason - The Provincial Grand Lodge of Hampshire and Isle of Wight. The Sunny South Coast · hampshirefreemasonry.com

 

Youtube link - Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys

Flickr feed - Hamshiremasons - Fickr gallery for Hamshire Freemasonry

 

"As the strength of a chain is determined not by the number of its links but by the quality of each link, even so a Lodge in its practical service to its members and to society is measured not by the number of men who constitute it, but by the quality of each.”