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Posts from June 2024

The Order of Women Freemasons' Lodge in St Albans recently made a donation to a local charity - Earthworks of St Albans. Earthworks of St Albans gives instruction in horticulture and a purpose for life to adults with special needs - members presenting the cheque were overwhelmed by the friendly and welcoming reception they received from the Charity. 
Charity and service to others is a key principle of Freemasonry. Worshipful Masters of Lodges throughout the UK and overseas select, during their year of office, a charity particularly dear to them and often local to the lodge. The money raised during the Lodge year is shared equally between the charity and The Order of Women Freemasons Grand Charitable Trust. 
Lodge Golden Rule No 1 was the first of the three founding lodges of the Ordered of Women Freemasons founded in 1908 .... and it is still going strong! 
A modern copy of the banner of Lodge Golden Rule No. 1. 
Members of the Lodge recently met for their annual installation ceremony when a new Master was installed as Worshipful Master of the Lodge for the forthcoming year. 
Today the Lodge meets at the Order's headquarters in Notting Hill Gate, but when founded in 1908 it met at the Eustace Miles Restaurant, Chandos Street in Charing Cross. Eustace Mile and his wife were members of the second of the three founding lodges, Lodge Emulation No 2, and were prominent in the socialist-suffrage-radical society of the time, hosting meetings of the militant women's suffrage movement for the Men's League for Women's Suffrage. 
Members of Lodge Golden Rule No 1 are looking forward to their year ahead and welcoming new members into their lodge! 
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