Social media stats – July 2019 📊
The improvement in social media activity and the number of Provinces using Instagram is particular pleasing. A particular mention to the Provincial Grand Lodge of Derbyshire who have recently launched their Instagram page after the UGLE Digital Workshop in Derby. They have shot straight to the top of the Instagram table – well done!
The stats for Facebook and Twitter are ordered by Engagement – this measures the public shares, likes and comments for a Province’s social media efforts and is a key indicator of the number of people reading and looking at your content.
The Instagram stats are ordered by Likes – this demonstrates the amount of people enjoying the content enough to actively ‘like’ a post.
We are constantly reviewing the metric by which we analyse and order these tables.
Provincial Facebook stats for July 2019 – click the table to view the full image
Provincial Twitter stats for July 2019 – click the table to view the full image
Provincial Instagram stats for July 2019 – click the table to view the full image
Freemasons’ Hall has taken part in the event for a number of years and has seen 3,000 visitors through its doors on the Saturdays it has opened to the public.
This year we are opening on both days (Saturday 21 September and Sunday 22 September) and are on the lookout for volunteers to dedicate their time to help us with the following roles:
Room stewards (answering questions from public about the rooms / general FAQs on Freemasonry/tour questions)
Freemasons in regalia – in Grand Temple and as Room Stewards
Help with Lego Make and Take activity for children
Front of house stewards / crowd control.
Bedfordshire Freemasons donate £500,000 for new accommodation lodge for local Scout Group
Anthony Henderson, Bedfordshire’s Provincial Grand Master, announced the exciting news that work has now begun on a new Accommodation and Amenities Lodge for Bedfordshire Scouts – following a £500,000 donation from Bedfordshire Freemasons
The Lodge, which will accommodate 40 Scouts and eight Leaders – and even more during the day – has abled and disabled facilities, as well as a kitchen, drying room and a large activities area. It has a log cabin appearance and is designed to blend in with the 17-acre ancient woodland in which it will be built.
Following the arrival of the first delivery of logs, Bedfordshire Freemasons held a BBQ and log-laying ceremony at the Leslie Sells Activity Centre on 4th August 2019, where all those present were able to see the size and footprint of the building, which is due to be complete by Spring 2020.
You can read the full article on the FMT website here.