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Provincial Grand Lodge of North Wales

No institution can boast a more solid foundation than that on which Freemasonry rests - the practice of every moral and social virtue!

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Foreword by the R.W. Provincial Grand Master, Bro. Ieuan Redvers Jones. "May I take this opportunity of welcoming one and all to the Provincial Grand Lodge of North Wales official website? The Provincial Grand Lodge of North Wales website carries information of particular interest to Freemasons in North Wales, such as details of Masonic Centres, news, special meetings and events. It will also answer many of the questions that you, as a non-Mason, may have - such as how you may join."

CONTACT US

After browsing this website, if you would like to find out more about the Provincial Grand Lodge of North Wales or about Freemasonry in North Wales, or about the Lodges in your particular area, please ring the Provincial Grand Lodge of North Wales Office on :
01492 860223.

We would love to hear from you!

You may also make an application to join us by clicking [this link]

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.

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

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. Freemasons do not undertake any external Fundraising – all money donated comes from their own efforts.

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.

What does it mean to be a Freemason in contemporary society, and what it will mean for future generations to come? As the oldest fraternal organisation in the world, Freemasonry is founded upon principles of kindness, honesty and fairness – timeless values that are as relevant to the world today as they were three hundred years ago when we were established.

These ideals have remained unchanged throughout the history of Freemasonry and will, we hope, continue to do so as long as the organisation thrives. Yet it is important to note that while it maintains these central ideals, Freemasonry in the twenty-first century has become an amalgamation of the old and the new, of tradition and innovation, and therefore fits comfortably into the modern world. Modern Freemasons are keen to dispel the myths and misconceptions that have long surrounded the organisation.

There are many reasons for joining the Freemasons. We can answer any questions you might have about our history, our future, what we believe in, the kind of work we do or where your nearest lodge is.

If you want to find out further information, please start by sending an e-mail to the Provincial Grand Lodge of North Wales - .


Freemasonry is open to men of all faiths who are law-abiding, of good character and who acknowledge a belief in a God.
Freemasonry is a multi-racial and multi-cultural organisation. It attracts persons of goodwill from all sectors of the community.

 

If you would like to make an application to join this outstanding organisation click [ this link ]

 

 

Visit the United Grand Lodge of England Website


In this video Nigel Brown, Grand Secretary, answers many of the questions asked
of Freemasons about Freemasonry and addresses some common misconceptions.

What is Freemasonry? | Become a Mason | About UGLE

Charitable Work, Freemasons' Hall, Library and Museum etc.

 

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Freemasonry benefits both the Local & National Community

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.