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The Squinty Bridge.

Welcome to our online presence

It has been designed to tell you about Freemasonry and in particular,Freemasonry in Glasgow. In addition to providing information about what we do and where and when we meet, we have tried to be as open as possible and to dispel some of the myths and folklore which surround Freemasonry. We do have special ways of recognising each other, we do have members' only meetings and like many other organisations,some activities are confidential to our members.The abiding principles of the order are friendship, charity and honesty and all members endeavour to live by these principles.We raise money for local, national and international charities,exclusively from within our membership.


And just in case your wondering we do have a Facebook page, you can find us by either searching Facebook for Provincial Grand Lodge of Glasgow or by clicking on the icon at the bottom of this page.

Myths and Stories

There are a lot of myths and stories surrounding Freemasonry and that is exactly what they are just myths and stories but with this site we hope we can unlock some of the mystery and be as informative as we can be.

Website and Social Media Team

We have our very own website and media team and we hope you dont but if for any reason you find yourself having a problem with using this site then please contact them for assistance, also if you think you have anything that would make a contribution to this site, they would love to hear from you, get in touch from the contact page of this website

Our Recent Work

IPPGM Bro. Alistair Henderson and DPGM bro. Andrew Mushet
Grand Master Mason of Scotland Brother Charles Iain Robert Wolrige Gordon of Esselmont
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Welcome from the Provincial Grand Master Bro. James C Peddie

Friends and Brethren I would like to welcome you all to the website of Provincial Grand Lodge of Glasgow.

I became the Right Worshipful Provincial Grand Master of Glasgow in 2014, This is the greatest honour that any Freemason can have bestowed upon him, First let me say a big thank you to the brethren of the province of Glasgow for affording me the honour and privilege of serving as RWPGM for the ensuing 5 years,and they can rest assured of my full commitment in the coming term.

On the day of my installation, i had the honour of being installed by the Grand Master Mason of Scotland Bro Charles Iain Robert Wolrige Gordon of Esslemont., and was delighted in the way he handled the business of the day and all the brethren who attended were treated to an excellent installation ceremony indeed.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all our members and visiting brethren who made my installation very special indeed and i hope to carry on the good work that has gone before me with the help from my newly elected team of office bearers and I take this opportunity of extending an invitation to Lodge Members, and visitors alike to come along and support the Lodge, and you can be assured you will receive a very warm welcome indeed.

This website is designed to provide information about the Lodge and a short history has been compiled , which we hope you find informative. Our Regular Meetings are also listed and I look forward to welcoming any Brother who may wish to visit our Lodge at any future time. We have ambitious plans to add more content about our Lodge and freemasonry in general.

Please take the time if you can to revisit thiswebsite as it will be updated regulary.

So please take your time looking through our site and enjoy.

Right Worshipful Provincial Grand Master Bro. James Campbell Peddie

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Provincial Grand Lodge of Glasgow is charged by the Grand Lodge of Scotland to look after the 77 daughter lodges of the province.

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