Freemasonry is

Freemasonry is a large fraternal organisation that promotes moral and personal development amongst its members.

Its core values include caring for others, helping those in need and acting with honesty and integrity.

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Equality

Freemasonry offers a unique and rewarding experience to men from all walks of life, regardless of race, religion or social status.

Tolerance

Freemasonry believes that respecting and understanding our differences is a crucial step towards building a society and a community with true harmony and peace.

Honesty

Freemasonry practices strong moral principles and develops the core values of honesty and integrity in the individual.

Charity

Freemasonry puts its principles into practice through its charitable activities. We believe in interacting and working closely within our local communities to help all people in need and their communities as a whole.

 

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In a world often dictated by hate and segregation, membership of an organisation capable of uniting men of all religions, colours and even accents is more relevant than ever.

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