Welcome

Failt Erriu: Welcome to the website for the Masonic Province of the Isle of Man.

This site is open to all.

Here you will find information on what it is to be a Freemason, our proud history, how to join, what charitable works we’re involved with and coming social events.

For a more complete view of current news and events, plus the views and opinions of our many members, please use the  Facebook Feed to the right.

You’re also welcome to contact us anytime if you have any queries.

Interested in Visiting?

For visiting Freemasons wishing to attend one or more of the meetings of our Craft Lodges or of the many other Masonic orders active on the Isle of Man, the appropriate contacts are listed on each of those Individual Lodges’ Web Pages.

If you are unsure of which Lodge you might wish to visit, please email the Provincial Grand Secretary.

You are assured of a warm Manx welcome in the best traditions of true fellowship.

Interested in Hiring Freemasons Hall?

Please contact Hall Manager David Upton-Jones on 0044 1624 675365 (Office) or  0044 7624 302521 (Mobile) or email: enquiries@woodbournehouse.im or visit the Woodbourne House Website Reservations Page to make a reservation. David can also give you information about upcoming events.

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**LAST REMAINING TABLES**

All Friday's and Saturday's in November and December are now fully booked. However we do still have availability on all Thursday dates and Friday 5th and Saturday 6th January which we encourage you to book asap if interested.
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Today is #WorldAlzheimersDay and a chance for us to try and help raise awareness about dementia. The Alzheimer's Society state that there are 850,000 people living with dementia in the UK alone.

Masonic Charitable Foundation (MCF) dedicates resources to assisting those living with dementia as well as their families and carers. Another important focus is research – which doctors have been clear to point out: Dementia is not a natural part of ageing and research could very well lead to a cure.

In the recent MCF Community Awards, Alzheimer's Society Cymru received £15,000 and going as far back as 2014, two years of innovative research on the disease by Sir Simon Lovestone of University of Oxford was funded by a £181,000 donation by the MSF (Masonic Samaritan Fund), now part of the MCF. In 2015, £175,000 was donated to fund research undertaken at the University of Cambridge.

To find out more about the MCF Awards and other recipients of the charitable donations of Freemasons, read here → bit.ly/2wGMjvY

#Freemasonry · #MCFAwards
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Diana Princess of Wales Care at Home Trust tops poll
RESULTS of the vote to share £50,000 between four local charities have been announced with Diana Princess of Wales Care at Home Trust taking the top award of £25,000.
The awards were part of a £3million donation made by the Masonic Charitable Foundation to celebrate the Grand Lodge of England’s 300th anniversary.
The four charities nominated and voted for in the Masonic Province of the Isle of Man were as follows:
• Special Olympics, Isle of Man, who will receive £4,000,
• Ardwhallen Jubilee Trust, who have been awarded £6,000,
• St John Ambulance First Responders get £15,000 and
• Diana Princess of Wales Care at Home Trust topped the poll receiving £25,000.
A total of 1,509 votes were cast locally. Nine out of 10 voters were non-Masons.
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The latest issue of Freemasonry Today is now online & available to read! Click here → bit.ly/FMT39 · #UGLE2017 ... See MoreSee Less

Interested in Joining?

You can view and download a booklet in the Becoming a Mason section, which contains a fascinating insight into Freemasonry. Undergraduates, and other university members, should also view the section on the Universities Scheme.

You can send an email to express your interest in joining by heading to our Contact Page and clicking “Interested in Joining”. We will get back to you quickly to discuss with you the process of becoming a Freemason.

What it means to be a Freemason

So, what do you know about Freemasonry? Click here to find out more about what it means to be a Freemason today.

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R.W.Bro. R.K. Dalrymple

Provincial Grand Master for the Isle of Man

Failt Erriu, Welcome from the Provincial Grand Master.

Freemasonry world-wide has a proud and colourful history dating back many centuries.

Here, in our lovely island home, Freemasonry has reflected our diverse cultural heritage and status as a semi-autonomous Crown Dependency. Situated centrally in the Irish Sea, almost equidistant from the four ‘Home Nations’ yet not part of the United Kingdom, our Provincial Grand Lodge has operated since 1886 under the auspices of the United Grand Lodge of England, prior to which we had lodges warranted variously by the Scottish and Irish Constitutions.

Our 19 Craft Lodges and six Royal Arch Chapters continue to attract members from all aspects of Manx life: the professions being represented, retail and manufacturing industries; the clergy and civil service, alongside men from the construction trades. We have bricklayers, carpenters and plumbers who maintain links with operative stone-masons, the ancient forebears of Freemasonry.

I am privileged to be the 13th Right Worshipful Provincial Grand Master following a distinguished succession which started with Sir John Senhouse Goldie-Taubman, Speaker of the House of Keys. They include Lieutenant Governors, several Deemsters (the Isle of Man’s High Court Judges) and an Archdeacon. They are a humbling yet inspiring challenge for this mere Chartered Surveyor but I can claim an association with operative masonry!

Conscious that we are in and of our community, which has evolved and changed dramatically over recent years, we are actively cementing our established relationships with all sectors of the island, particularly those in which we have a common interest: contributing to the well-being of individuals and wider society in which we live.

Should your interest be in gaining further knowledge of Freemasonry prior to seeking membership or merely to have more information about us, our history, principles and activities, kindly use the links for insights to one of the world’s oldest fraternal organisations.

For visiting Freemasons wishing to attend one of our Lodges or the many other Masonic orders active on the Isle of Man, the appropriate contacts are listed. You are assured of a warm Manx welcome in the best traditions of true fellowship.

Lhiuish dy firinagh

Keith Dalrymple