The Provincial Grand Master
R.W. Bro. John Lockley
Thank you for looking at our website and for thinking about Freemasonry.
We are a Society which values friendship, charity and the pursuit of truth above other ambitions. You can trawl the internet for information about us, but do not believe all you come across or read. We are incredibly open about our beliefs and our meetings. It is easy to contact a Lodge which is near to you and find out more about us, face to face.
We are not a religion. Our beliefs are compatible with all religions which believe in a Supreme Power. As a member you will never be asked to do anything which is incompatible with your civil, moral or religious duties and you are not allowed to use your membership for personal advantage.
If you are interested we will be happy to talk to you, make use of the contact numbers and e-mail addresses on our contact page.
For me Freemasonry is a way of life, if we all lived by its precepts, the world would be a much better place.
Senior Provincial Officers
The Provincial Diary
The diary for the Masonic year can be downloaded from here in PDF format - Click Here
A brief history of our Province
The first recorded Lodge of 'free and accepted Masons' is evidenced in the diary of Elias Ashmole, the renowned Lichfieldian, Antiquary and Founder of the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford.