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Posts from October 2021

The Order of Women Freemason is pleased to have links with the Open University Student Association Freemasons Club which is open to all Open University Students past and present - there is no requirement to be a freemason to join. 
The Club provides information on all the esoteric and historical aspects of male and female freemasonry including its origins with the original stone masons. It can also provide you information on women's freemasonry and in particular The Order of Women Freemasons. 
Freemasons are known world-wide for charitable work and through the Club you can find out information on this charitable work being undertaken by Freemasons throughout the UK and world. 
For more information and to contact the club visit - 
Members of the Order of Women Freemasons (OWF) had a very interesting day out at the annual UGLE New and Young Masons Clubs (N&MYC) Conference which brings together all the ,new and young mason clubs, for a day to exchange ideas and best practice on running and setting-up of new / young Masons' clubs. Today there are over 45 new and UGLE young Masons clubs in the UK.  
The OWF welcomes young women to join freemasonry and has a 'new and young Masons club' called The Pembridge Society - named after the street the OWF Grand Lodge is located on. 
Representatives of The Order of Women Freemasons' Pembridge Society who attended the annual conference. 
The inaugural Conerence was held at Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen Street back in 2015 and this year was hosted by the Fleet House Light Blues Club in Herfordshire.  
On Sunday 10th October, The Warrington Group of the UGLE Province of West Lancashire, held their Annual Church Service of Thanksgiving and Rededication at the Church of St Elphin’s and for the first time in the history of this Church Service, it was a great honour for brethren from The Order of Women Freemasons were invited to participate. 
Warrington Lies with the OWF area of Cheshire and the OWF members attended together with their Lodge banners which were carried in the banner parade alongside the Warrington Group banner and thirteen of the UGLE lodge banners. 
It was a wonderful sight to behold. 
Warrington Parish Church of St Elphin’s is a grade II listed building with a 281ft tower and spire. The second highest in the Country. There has been a church on the site since 650AD, the current church having been commenced in the 14th century. 
Thanks to Bro Neil Roberts, United Grand Lodge of England Travellers lodge 4679 for the photos. 
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