The Provincial Grand Master had great pleasure, on behalf of the Province to present 4 local charities with donations from the Province and Masonic Charitable Foundation Matched Funding Scheme totalling £46,000. Cardiac Action Group     £9,000 cheque and £3,000 Certificate Ernies Angels                     £9,000 cheque and £2,000 Certificate Guernsey Alzheimers     £9,000 cheque and £2,000 Certificate Guernsey Sea Cadets     £9,000 cheque and £3,000 Certificate In addition to Milly’s Foundation in Alderney on the 13th November, the local Freemasons donated £50,000 to charities in the Bailiwick. All money raised is exclusively from Freemasons.   Ernie’s Angels Ernie’s Angels was founded in Guernsey in December 2017 in memory ofRead More →

Grand Rank Appointments and Promotion. At the annual investiture meetings of Grand Lodge and Grand Chapter  in the magnificent Temple in Great Queen Street, London, last month, three brethren of the Province were honoured. As a result of his appointments as Deputy Provincial Grand Master and Deputy Grand Superintendent on 15th  September last year, Phil Falla, who, until that date had been our Provincial Grand Director of Ceremonies, was promoted within the Craft to Past Grand Sword Bearer and the following  day received the same rank as a first Grand Rank appointment within the Royal Arch. Mark Laine, Provincial Grand Secretary, was appointed a GrandRead More →

On Saturday 15th September 2018 a spectacular milestone occurred in our history when Keith Read was installed as only the ninth Provincial Grand Master since the Province of Guernsey & Alderney was inaugurated in the then St Julian’s Hall, St Peter Port on 23rd  July 1894. An event so rare, in fact, that over 35% of current membership, who joined Masonry since 2007, had not had an opportunity to witness the like before. To enable the maximum number of members to participate, the Installation took place at St James Concert and Assembly Hall, a beautiful building in the Greek revival style completed in 1818, whichRead More →