The latest news from the Grand Lodge

The Grand Lodge of Scotland is pleased to announce that the total donated to Prostate Scotland by Scottish Freemasons have now exceeded £105,000.00.

For more information regarding the work of this worthy charity click here.

The annual Dennis Townhill Memorial Concert will once again be held on Friday, 12 June.

The easy fundraising initiative - an excellent and simple was of raising money for the Benevolent Funds of Grand Lodge.

Grand Secretary, David M. Begg, has been made aware that Scottish Lodges are being contacted by individuals who are not Scottish Freemasons.

Each year Scottish Freemasons remember their fellow Freemasons who served their country and do so in a rather unique way.

As in previous years the Phoenix Choir will be performing the annual Christmas Concert in Freemasons' Hall.

Grand Lodge regularly receives numerous requests for information regarding various aspects of Scottish Freemasonry. 

Robert Watson-Watt (1892-1973) was the major driving force behind the developement of radar during the 1930's. The technology proved to be of crucial importance during World War Two particularly during the Battle of Britian during the summer and autumn of 1940.

Lodge Hope, No.337 (now The Lodge, Hope of Kurrachee) was founded in 1847.

Freemasons' Hall has now re-opened following its' use as a Festival Fringe Venue.

On Wednesday, 23 July 2014 a document was issued by several Continental Grand Lodges known as the 'Berlin Declaration'.

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