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Posts from July 2022

Members of The Order of Women Freemasons' lodge in Wetherby were very pleased to give a donation to Leeds-based St Gemma's Hospice in support of the fabulous work they do in caring and supporting local people with life-limiting and terminal illnesses.  
The money raised was from various fundraising initiatives by the members of the lodge since returning to meetings following the pandemic.  
Charity is one of the key principles on which Freemasons base their lives - the other key principles are friendship, integrity and respect. 
Members of The Order of Women Freemasons' Spanish Lodge recently held a fabulous Special Agent James Bond Murder Mystery night to raise money for The Stroke Association - the Order's chosen charity for the Platinum Jubilee Year. 
With Support from members of The Salon Varietes Theatre, Fuengirola, who brilliantly acted as 'characters in the frame', and the involvement and generosity of all who attended, a fabulous and successful evening was enjoyed by all and the murderer uncovered! 
The Grand Master of The Order of Women Freemasons, Most Worshipful Brother Zuzanka Penn, was today interviewed by Anita Rani on the BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour programme. Anita Rani asked the question " What is the appeal of becoming a member of an organisation that is shrouded in mystery?". Click here to listen to the answer and to find out about The Order of Women Freemasons and women's freemasonry: 
On 23rd June 2022 members of the Order of Women Freemasons on the Isle of Wight represented the Order at the "Celebration of the signing of the Armed Forces Covenant" at Cowes Masonic Centre, in the presence of the Vice Lord-Lieutenant of the Isle of Wight Brigadier Sheen CBE QVRM TD DL. 
The Covenant represents the commitment to ensure that no member of the Armed Forces Commuity should face disadvantage within the Freemasons organisation. This was signed, at United Grand Lodge of England's Freemasons Hall in London, by the Duke of Kent on behalf of the Freemasons and Major General Graham on behalf of the Ministry of Defence. 
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