Masonic & Charity Links

Freemasonry in London


The Connaught Club for Young Freemasons in London

If you’re a London Freemason under the age of 35, make sure to check out the Connaught Club!  Founded to give young Freemasons in London a means to meet and socialise with like-minded people of similar ages, you won’t be disappointed by attending one of their fantastic events!

Metropolitan Grand Lodge (Metgl) and Metropolitan Grand Chapter

MetGL is the Grand Lodge for London, representing nearly 40,000 Freemasons in London.

Freemasonry in England


United Grand of England (UGLE)

UGLE is the governing body for the majority of freemasons within England and Wales since 1717.

Supreme Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of England (SGC)

What UGLE is for craft, SGC is for Royal Arch.


Women’s Freemasonry

While we have no personal experience with women’s Freemasonry, we believe that if Freemasonry makes good men better, it surely makes good women better, too!  We tend to look at women’s Freemasonry like we look at women’s football – we play the same game, just in different teams, and would encourage women to “join the game”!

There are two larger bodies for women’s Freemasonry in England, The Honourable Fraternity of Ancient Freemasons, and The Order of Women Freemasons.


If you’re a woman interested in joining Freemasonry, we trust either of the above orders will give you a warm welcome!


The Masonic Charitable Foundation

Kent Club supports The Masonic Charitable Foundation

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We are also proudly supporting Lifelites.

Lifelites is the charity which gives life-limited and disabled children using hospice services across the British Isles the chance to play, be creative, control something for themselves and communicate, through the magic of assistive technology.