Record numbers through the doors to Freemasons’ Hall for Open House London!

Open House London was a fantastic occasion with nearly 9,000 people coming through the doors to Freemasons’ Hall across the weekend!

Guests enjoyed speaking to Freemasons in regalia as well as seeing our wonderful building. Early feedback has been unanimously positive.

Take a look at some of the photos from a memorable and momentous weekend: 

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Derbyshire Freemasons back local tennis star Joshua Johns with a training grant of £160 a month

🎾13-year-old Joshua has Right Sided Hemiplegia (Cerebral Palsy and Epilepsy) and has won a number of UK National Series singles and doubles titles in 2019, and is now on the LTA elite performance programme, JFP2 (Junior Future Potential 2). He dreams of eventually representing his country in the Paralympics and competing in the Grand Slams.

Derbyshire Freemasons became aware of Joshua and the Derbyshire Provincial Grand Charity were pleased to offer him a training grant of £160 per month which will continue until at least May 2020 and will help towards him achieving his ambitions.

Joshua said: “Quite simply I could not have made the progress I have, had it not been for the support of the Derbyshire Freemasons. To get to the top of my sport is a huge challenge and there is very tough competition to get there.”

Read the full story here

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