The United Grand Lodge of England is the governing body for the majority of freemasons within England and Wales

The Masonic Province of Yorkshire North & East Ridings has almost 4,000 members, meeting in almost 100 Lodges

Four Lodges, three Chapters and a number of other Masonic Degrees meet regularly at Beverley Masonic Hall


Our Mother lodge, the Lodge of King Arthur, No.9311 which meets at the Masonic Hall, Cunliffe Road, Ilkley

Funded entirely through the generosity of Freemasons and their families, the Masonic Charitable Foundation is one of the largest grant-making charities in the country

Freemasonry Today is the quarterly magazine of the United Grand Lodge of England

Lodge Links provides links to UK Masonic Provinces and Lodges

The Daggards are a society of drama loving Freemasons from local Lodges in Hull

The Library and Museum of Freemasonry houses one of the finest collections of masonic items in the world

Taylor’s Ritual Association is comprised of a group of experienced Freemasons who take pride in ritual

The Square is an independant Masonic magazine including articles on all aspects of Freemasonry

Lane’s Masonic Records provides a listing of all the lodges established by the English Grand Lodges

Quatuor Coronati is a research lodge

Our thanks go to Porchway Lodge, No. 7027, for their help with website content

Our thanks go to King Edward the 7th Lodge, No. 3329, for their help with website content

The Grand Lodge of Scotland

In The Chair is a masonic podcast produced in the UK. No longer providing new content but a number of interesting archived episodes are available

The Masonic Roundtable is a weekly program produced by Freemasons from a number of Grand Lodges in the United States

We do not guarantee that Web sites accessed via links on this page are either Masonic in nature or have been approved or endorsed by the United Grand Lodge of England.

We specifically do not warrant that any other Web sites accessible from their pages are recognised by, or have the approval of, the United Grand Lodge of England.