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A lifetime’s service to Freemasonry

R. W. Bro Robin Keith Wilson has been a Freemason the whole of his adult life; which, when translated into horological terms, is in excess 50 years. A half century which has been spent in service both to his community and Freemasonry - at local, County and National levels ...

The History of the Mark Degree

thomas dunkerleyWhile there is evidence that a form of Mark Degree was in existence in Scotland as early as 1599, according to the earliest known English records Mark Masonry was introduced in a speculative body at Portsmouth on the 1st September 1769, when the ubiquitous Thomas Dunkerley conferred the Mark Masons and Mark Masters degree on brethren of the Royal Arch Chapter of Friendship No 257. Records do not show where he got the Degree from, but all researchers into Freemasonry know of the man and his place in the history of Freemasonry. Note that in the earlier working the Mark Man and Mark Master were performed as two distinct degrees ...

An Introduction to Freemasonry

Following on from the previous and highly successful information evenings, the Provincial Grand Master desires to continue the development and education of prospective candidates and provide as much information as possible about Freemasonry ...

The Rose Croix

Of all the many orders and degrees outside the Craft and the Royal Arch, there is no doubt that for many the pinnacle of their Freemasonry is membership of the Ancient and Accepted Rite. The 18º is the one 'beyond' the Craft that they would be most reluctant to lose.

Why Join the Royal Arch?

ra logoThe Royal Arch leads the candidate from the practical to the spiritual a fascinating journey of self- knowledge and self-discovery ...