There are 4 principles which define a Freemason.
They are: integrity, friendship, respect and charity.
It is one of the oldest social and charitable organisations in the world and operates on a global scale.
It can boast almost 30,000 Freemasons in London alone and around 200,000 worldwide.
If you ask a Freemason what does Freemasonry do for you, the answer is usually “Freemasonry takes good men and makes them better”.
It is often said that the cleverest and most successful people are the people who realise that they have a lot to learn and Freemasonry takes those individuals and helps them expand their characters and personalities so that they can make a positive contribution to society.
Freemasonry gives members a sense of purpose and encourages cooperation and respect for others.
It encourages charitable works at all levels and proves that if we act together, we can achieve
Freemasons are able to easily expand their circle of friends and we are particularly proud that we
don’t make distinctions based on age, political persuasion, religion or race.