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Under the United Grand Lodge of England, freemasonry is the UK's largest, secular fraternal and charitable organisation. It has over 300,000 members working in nearly 8,000 lodges throughout England and Wales, and over 30,000 more members overseas.

Founded in 1786 and with over 1,400 members, the Province of Bristol is a relatively small province. However, with its strong history, unique ceremonies and charitable donations, the Province of Bristol holds a unique place in masonry



Hope for Tomorrow ~ Classic Car Charity Day ~ Castle Coombe

St Nicholas Lodge Visit Gibraltar

Extra-Special Installation After-Meeting for Jerusalem Lodge

Jerusalem Lodge Donate £600 to the The Bristol Haematology and Oncology Centre

MEGS Address to Provincial Grand Royal Arch Chapter ~ 10th June 2016

W Bro. Philip George Bicknell - 50 Years a Masons

The Burnett Lodge Initiates First Candidiate as a Daylight Lodge

Sportsmens Lodge First Candidate Installed as Worshipful Master

PGM's Address to Provincial Grand Lodge ~ 14th May 2016



Peace Lodge donate £5K to MSF 2019 Festival

Province of Bristol Firing Glass

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