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Centenary of Armistice & Provincial Grand Lodge Stated Communication 8th November 2018

Centenary of Armistice & Provincial Grand Lodge Stated Communication 8th November 2018

An excellent Armistice Service & Display of Artefacts was held as part of the Provincial Grand Lodge Stated Communication at the Tullyglass Hotel Ballymena on Thursday 8th November 2018. The Service and Stated Communication were well attended as was the Stew Supper Afterwards. As part of The Provincial Grand Lodges 150th Anniversary Events this was […]

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Video: 150 years of Northern Ireland Freemasonry

Video: 150 years of Northern Ireland Freemasonry

This week the Provincial Grand Lodge of Antrim celebrates 150 Years of Freemasonry. Freemasonry is one of the world’s oldest and largest fraternal non-political and charitable organisations with over 5,000 members in Antrim and 25,000 across Ireland. Click the Link below to see the full video. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/video-news/video-150-years-of-northern-ireland-freemasonry-36961575.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/video-news/video-150-years-of-northern-ireland-freemasonry-36961575.html

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Give My Head Peace star reveals how the support of masons got her family through difficult times after her husband died

Give My Head Peace star reveals how the support of masons got her family through difficult times after her husband died

Olivia Nash with Most Worshipful Grand Master of Ireland Douglas Grey and Right Worshipful Provincial Grand Master of Antrim John Dickson at the Linen Hall Library. Freemasons paying for a schoolgirl to travel to Rome to sing for the Pope is not something that many people would expect – but that is one example of […]

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Abbey 180 Charity Walk

Abbey 180 Charity Walk

Abbey 180 Brethren setting off on their annual sponsored walk from the Whiteabbey Masonic Centre to Carrickfergus. This year our sponsorship will be divided between the PGM’S chosen charity, Action Cancer, & our Lodges Sesquicentennial (150) Fund. The Lodge expects £300 being available for Action Cancer.

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