As a commercial Masonic Regalia & paraphernalia showroom, we have attempted to reflect the varied thoughts that exist on the Internet regarding our Fraternity, under the banner of the United Grand Lodge of England.

We hope that the following links will illuminate your Masonic growth and understanding.

The United Grand Lodge of England (U.G.L.E.) has an active and informative web site, as does the New Masonic Samaritan Fund, one of many Charitable channels within Freemasonry, while the Canonbury Masonic Research Centre provides an opportunity to study the ambiguous evolution of our Fraternity. Lifelites, an interesting new project, funded by the MTGB, Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys, and the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists, aims to use the positive benefits of computers in Children's Hospice care.

Among the many premier e-mail sources of Masonic Internet discussion,
the UK-Mason List, allows Brethren across the Globe to show their belief in our common heritage by contributing to many interesting discussions of Masonic interest.

Following such E-mail discussion,
the Internet Lodge became a regular Lodge, No.9659, in 1998.

The Province of Jersey was the first "official" UK Masonic Web presence, followed by the Berkshire, Dorset, Somerset and East Lancashire Provinces. West Lancashire, Sussex, Monmouthshire, Cambridgeshire, East Kent,and London Freemasonry soon followed with interesting sites. Essex, Yorkshire West Riding and Yorkshire North and East Riding then added to the Provincial knowledge base.

Middlesex, Worcestershire, Derbyshire, Hamphshire and Isle of Wight were up and running by the end of 2000, as were Leicestershire & Rutland, Nottinghamshire and Staffordshire. South Wales also had a presence via the Eastern Division.

The private Craft Lodges were well presented by the original three sites, Lord Desborough, Huddersfield and Audenshaw Lodge's. Now more Lodges have come on line, Old Hamptonian, Downshire, Prince Michael of Kent, Lodge of Good Intention, Tudor Rose, Saint Kew, King Alfred Lodges, all proving a positive image of Freemasonry. The web site from Whittington Lodge also provides a view of Masonic world communication, pre-Internet, with its' Contact Lodge pages.

The list continued to grow as we saw Priory, Old Owen's, Ormskirk Priory, Hull Old Grammarians' and Fairhaven Lodge's go on-line as well as a joint effort for the Liverpool Gladstone Group of Masonic Lodges and Chapters. Creighton, Fleetwood, Stonegate,Victoria, Wakefield and West Glamorgan Lodges now have a web presence, as has Old Cliftonian Lodge.

As numbers grew quickly, keeping up with the many Craft Lodges on-line at the beginning of 2001 was deemed to be best left to the big list on our links page.

Up North, Grand Lodge of Antient, Free and Accepted Masons of Scotland, has a Web Site, as have the Scottish GL Provinces of Galloway and Lanarkshire.

To the West, the Grand Lodge of Ireland now provide a web site.

The magazine 'Freemasonry Today' also provides many interesting topics for discussion.

We have tried to keep up with the growing openness
through our collection of book-marked Internet links on the Craftings Links pages.

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