New job opportunities in the UGLE Communications Team

It is an exciting time in the Communications Team at UGLE, and we are now recruiting for a number of new positions:

PR Manager: bit.ly/UGLEPRManager

Communications Executive: bit.ly/UGLECommsExec

Digital Marketing Executive: bit.ly/UGLEDigitalMarketingExec

Social Media Executive: bit.ly/UGLESocialMediaExec

Internal Communications Executive: bit.ly/UGLEInternalCommsExec

Open House

Our Open House page is now live – and we are very excited to have been listed as one of the highlights of the 2019 season!

Visitors will be able to enjoy architectural tours, fun family activities and access to the Museum of Freemasonry.


A Lego Lodge Room is being built especially for the event.

Who can guess who this is…?

Social Media policy

We have received several queries regarding UGLE’s Social Media policy – this can be found on our website here.

Learning and Development – Solomon update from Stuart Hadler

“Progress in promoting learning and development is featured in the next edition of Freemasonry Today. Improvements and additions to Solomon and forthcoming steps to promote the growth in learning activities are included in a more detailed briefing to appointed Provincial Learning and Development Leads. Your lead has been requested to share this with you and other senior members of your Province. The Learning and Development Team were greatly encouraged by the evident enthusiasm and energy of delegates at the Conference last May and are appreciative of the lead given by Provincial Grand Masters and Grand Superintendents to endorse the drive to ‘Foster Curiosity’ and ‘Develop Masonic Understanding’.”

Masonic Charitable Foundation

Teddies for Loving Care (TLC) made an appearance on a recent episode of 24 hours in A&E, a primetime channel four docu-series. The show saw a little boy bouncing around, incredibly happy that he’d been given a TLC teddy to comfort him whilst in A&E.

TLC is a national programme that is locally led, and provides teddies to local A&E departments to give to children who are in distress. Since 2001, the TLC initiative has given out over two million teddies!


Tweets of the week