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Information about Freemasonry


This page contains information relating to Freemasonry in general, at the present time further information is being prepared for this page and will appear in the near future.

A wealth of information on Freemasonry is available on the web site of the governing body of Freemasonry in England, Wales & The Channel Islands, The United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE) and you may visit the web-site by clicking here.

A Freemason 

What, you may ask is being a Freemason all about? Being a member of one of the worlds oldest and largest non-religious, non-political, fraternal and charitable organisations means different things to different members. Some may regard it as a way to make new friends, others may regard it as a way to become part of a great charitable body whilst others use it as their hobby.

Whatever the motive behind becoming a member, those who join are expected to be of a good moral character and are encouraged to speak openly to others about the organisation and its principles. Members are taught to uphold a moral and ethical approach to life with values based on integrity, kindness, honesty and fairness whilst having a high regard of the interests of the family and caring for those less fortunate and in need. In this respect, today, as from the earliest days of the order, charity plays an important part and large sums are donated to charities both nationally and locally.

If you would like to find further information on becoming a Freemason, then on the web site of the United Grand Lodge of England is available a to introduce you to Freemasonry which may viewed by following this link. Alternately you may wish to make contact with the Hinckley Lodges directly via this website byThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. A valuable insight into the organisation through a visit to the headquarters of the United Grand Lodge, on Great Queen Street in London is well worth while. Tours, free of charge, are available on most weekdays and further information on these is available here.