A team of Suffolk Freemasons led by WBro Barry Bloomfield are delighted to have passed £100,000 in their fundraising efforts for the Suffolk Punch Trust. This remarkable achievement has been secured in only 4 years and the funds have been generated through multiple contributions from Suffolk lodges, fundraising events andRead More →

R.Wy.Bro. Kevin Johnson, PGSR for Kent, and his Deputy Wy.Bro. Scott Dunn along with a further 4 PGSRs and 8 Dep.PGSRs from around the country recently descended on Bury St.Edmunds for the annual Suffolk Provincial OSM meeting.   This was R.Wy.Bro. William McColl’s first meeting since being installed last year andRead More →

Prior to Wednesday 13th March I agreed a visit to Ashlar House from Horringer W.I. They were interested in the catering venue and knowing more about Freemasonry and asked me about a tour of the premises. The party of eight members arrived at 10.30 and I showed them the bar andRead More →

We are thrilled to extend our deepest gratitude to the Royal St Edmunds Lodge for their incredibly generous donation that has played a pivotal role in the restoration of cherished pictures and framing of old regalia. Thanks to their support, these are now proudly displayed in the Blue Room. TheRead More →

For the second time this year Abbey 1592 has been delighted to welcome a family member into the lodge. In January 2023 Steven Cooke was initiated in an excellent ceremony in front of a packed house at Bury St edmunds. Steve is the son-in law of Abbey Past Master WRead More →

Care provider RMBI Care Co is investing £16m to build a new care home on the site of its current home, Cornwallis Court, which received an ‘Outstanding’ rating by the Care Quality Commission in August 2023.With a sustainable approach in mind, the new care home will be designed and createdRead More →

Anyone visiting Ashlar House in Bury St Edmunds may have noticed the Headpiece on the Chair of Solomon in the main temple bears a stylised wolf standing on a head. This is a striking image which has deep meaning to the town and its history. Why then a wolf andRead More →