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Posts from July 2023

Very Worshipful Brother Langdon-Bassett, the Order of Women Freemasons' Grand Inspector for East Kent who looks after the Order's Lodges and members in that area, was recently honoured to represent the Order at the Kent Museum of Freemasonry during the day of Canterbury's 8th Medieval Pageant. 
Very Worshipful Brother Langdon-Bassett explaining women's freemasonry. 
This fascinating museum was part of 'Ye Old Trail through medieval Canterbury'. The Mayor and Mayoress were invited to look around the museum which was followed by lunch when they were presented with a firing glass to commemorate the occasion. 
The museum is extremely interesting and well worth a visit. Click here to find about the museum. 
Order of Women Freemasons' Lodges around the country have recently been having fun whilst raising money for their chosen charities. Each year the Master of each Lodge can choose a charity of her choice to raise money for – quite often this is a charity close to her heart or a local charity in her area. Members of all ages and backgrounds, often along with friends and family, attend these events which also provide opportunities to strength and make long-life friendships. Just some of the fundraising events in June have included: 
Members of the Isle of Wight Lodge were busy arranging a number of charity fundraising events. They, along with family and friends, enjoyed fun and friendship at a ploughman’s lunch and coffee morning. Both events raised fabulous amounts for charity. 
Further north in Luton members of the Order’s Luton lodge had a great time with friends old and new at a barbeque organised by the Master of the Lodge and her husband. They turned their garden into happy memories of the Jubilee and Coronation. Through the generosity of everyone who attended a wonderful amount was raised for charity. 
To raise money for their chosen charity Faversham Abbey Lodge in Kent hosted an afternoon cream tea - scones, strawberry jam, cream and cakes were in abundance whilst members of all the OWF Norfolk and Suffolk Lodges joined together to raise money for their charities at a joint Sunday luncheon. Again - all raising money for charity. 
Click here to see the list of charities supported by lodges in 2022/23. 
Members of The Order of Women Freemasons were proud, honoured and priviledged to be invited to march in the London Gay Pride Parade on 1st July representing The Order of Women Freemasons, United Grand Lodge of England and Freemasons around the world. It was the first pride parade where they marched together and what a celebration it was!  
Our members said of the day "The fellow Freemasons we met were admirable in their respect and unity over common values. It was truly an honour to participate – we are pround to be LGBTQ+ and even more so proud to be freemasons". 
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