Mark Master Masons of Kent News

Kingfisher Mark Makes Its Maiden Voyage

There were more chains than Alcatraz at the Handover of the new “Kingfisher Mark” to the Medway Kingfisher Trust. The Kingfisher Medway Trust are the proud owners of a new boat – the Kingfisher Mark – to support their work in providing river trips for adults and...

KMBF Supports Ukraine Appeals

Our provincial charity, the Kent Mark Benevolent Fund (KMBF), has authorised donations totalling £5,500 to support the people of Ukraine. The first donation of £5,000 was made to our national charity the MBF in support of its work with The District Grand Lodge of Mark...

Grand Lodge Appointments and Promotions

On Friday 25th March 2022 the Grand Secretary, R.W.Bro. Ryan A. Williams, dispatched letters from Mark Masons' Hall to select members of the Grand Lodge of Mark Master Masons of England and Wales offering them re-appointments, appointments and promotions in Mark Grand...

R.W.Bro. Roland Wade Celebrates 50 years as a Mark Master Mason

A little over 51 years after his Advancement into Carnarvon Lodge of Mark Master Masons on 10th October 1970, R.W.Bro. Roland John Wade, our 11th Provincial Grand Master, was able to celebrate his Golden Anniversary in style at Sidcup's Saye and Sele Mark Lodge...

Craft & Chapter Gand Honours For Members of The Province

We are delighted to congratulate the following members of the Province who the Most Worshipful the Grand Master/Grand Superintendent of United Grand Lodge of England/Supreme Grand Chapter has been pleased to Appoint or Promote to Grand Rank. Craft First Appointments...

Meet Trevor Sharpe, Our New Assistant Provincial Grand Master.

Following the recently announced changes to the Provincial Executive, we thought that you would like to know a little more about W.Bro. Trevor Marley Sharpe, P.A.G.D.C., our newest Assistant Provincial Grand Master. Trevor was born in Walthamstow, at a time when...

Bromley to Broadstairs by Bike for the KMBF

We recently advised you that our new Provincial Grand Charity Steward, Phil Clare is a keen cyclist. As part of the undoubted commitment to his new role, Phil is fundraising for the KMBF by cycling from the most Westerly, (Bromley) to the most Easterly, (Broadstairs)...

Six Key Reasons why you should become a Mark Master Mason

To discover link between 2nd & 3rd Degrees in Craft Freemasonry

To find out why its called the friendly degree

It's a bridge to other progressive orders

To better understand the Royal Arch

To join in our social activities

Charity – He gives twice who gives promptly