The Unity & Progress Freemasons Lodge was formed in 1914 from the ‘Old Boys’ Association of St. Martin’s Northern School.
We hope you find the pages on our website interesting, they contain information about the Lodge, its history and that of the school from which it was founded.
Freemasonry is about sharing a common desire for charitable support and following a high moral code. It is a male-only society, focused on following the three core principles and improving oneself and others. Our society is open to men of any race, religion, political belief and status.
One of the most common misconceptions about Freemasonry – and there are many of them – is that you have to be invited to join. There is absolutely no reason why you should not ask to join – in fact that is the correct procedure.
The Unity and Progress Lodge, No 3723 regular meetings are held in The Freemasons’ Hall in 60 Great Queen Street, London WC2B 5AZ, UK in the late afternoon of the fourth Saturday in September, November, January and March and the third Saturday in May.
Read about the latest updates and changes, related to our brotherhood
London Masons help builds Roundhouse program
The London Masons and the Masonic Charitable Foundation has donated £90,000 to support disadvantaged young people accessing creative projects at Roundhouse in North West London. Hundreds of disadvantaged and vulnerable young people will be able to access creative projects aimed at developing personal and social skills, thanks to a £90,000 grant from London Freemasons.Read More
London Masons support Youth Legal and Resource Centre
The London Masons and the Masonic Charitable Foundation has donated £2,500 to support Youth Legal & Resource Centre, a local charity based in Wandsworth dedicated to improving the quality of life of vulnerable young people and destitute children and their families by making available free specialist independent legal advice in Community Care and Housing / Homelessness with a focus on those with disabilities, mental health issues, care leavers and carers.Read More
Giggle Doctors get London Masons support
The London Masons and the Masonic Charitable Foundation has donated £5,000 to support a North London children’s charity, The Theodora Children’s Charity. Their first visit to Great Ormond Street Hospital in 1994 was inspired by Theodora Poulie. Their Giggle Doctors have given joy and laughter to thousands of children during their treatment in hospitals, hospices and specialist care centres. Their reach has continued to grow and now 25 Giggle Doctors visit over 33,000 children each year.Read More
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