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Freemasonry is one of the world’s oldest and largest non-religious, non-political, fraternal and charitable organisations. For many, its biggest draw is the fact that members come from all walks of life and meet as equals whatever their race, religion or socio-economic position in society.
Its values are based on integrity, kindness, honesty and fairness.

There are 250,000 Freemasons belonging to 8,000 Lodges throughout England and Wales,

and districts overseas. Worldwide, the figure rises to six million Freemasons, all with their own special reasons why they enjoy Freemasonry.

Freemasonry provides a unique environment for people from all backgrounds to learn skills, make lasting friendships, achieve their potential and, above all, have fun. What is more, the organisation provides a valuable forum for discussion between members in an open environment, helping to build trust.

Freemasonry does not discriminate on grounds of race, colour, religion, political views or social standing

Freemasonry prides itself on its transparency. Not only are Freemasons completely free to acknowledge their membership, they are encouraged to do so.

There are no closed doors in Freemasonry – anyone can visit their headquarters at Freemasons’ Hall in London – and Lodges throughout the UK regularly open their doors to visitors. For everyone, Lodges offer a place of harmony and tranquillity.

Freemasons make a major contribution to society through their own charities, as well as through donations to UK charities and worldwide disaster relief funds, with members playing an active role in their communities.

Freemasonry is more relevant and important to society today than ever, as it encompasses and embraces all the fundamental principles of good citizenship.
Many of these are learnt through traditional rituals that take the form of one-act plays, leading to increased self-esteem and confidence.

Every Freemason embarks on his own journey of self-discovery when he enters the organisation.
With three levels of Freemasonry, the progression through to senior roles within a Lodge can be seen in much the same way as a person progressing in his career – each promotion bringing greater understanding and responsibility.

For General Enquiries about Freemasonry and membership please contact: -

Burnley and Pendle Masons: -

District Membership Officer
David Biggs
Tel: 01282 441170
Mob. 07414 661044
Email:
davidjbiggs@ymail.com

East Lancashire Masons: -

The Provincial Membership Officer Henry Bentwood

Tel: 0161 766 7492

Email: henryjb@talktalk.net

England and Wales Masons: -


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