Provincial Grand Master Elect

The Provincial Grand Master

In my role as Provincial Grand Master, I welcome you to our website.

The Masonic Province of Tyrone and Fermanagh is part of the Grand Lodge of Ireland and corresponds geographically with the two Ulster counties of the same name.

Further information is contained in the section "About Us" and in the pages charting our history.

I am confident that as our website grows and develops it will become a place of interest for Masons everywhere.

R W Bro Maurice Lee PGM

Next Stated Quarterly Communication

The next Stated Quarterly Communication of the Right Worshipful Provincial Grand Lodge of Tyrone and Fermanagh will be held in the Donaldson Hall, First Castlederg Presbyterian Church Hall, Garvetagh, Castlederg on Wednesday 26th September at 7:30pm sharp.

VWBro. J Woods,
Provincial Grand Secretary.

Board of General Purposes will meet at 6:45pm


St Andrews 944, Moy, 90th Anniversary.

WBro Robert McFarlane and VWBro Robert Kempton

On Monday 25th June 2018 St Andrews 944 Moy held a meeting for their 90 years anniversary. St Andrews had the pleasure to be in receipt of the presence of the RWPGM of Tyrone and Fermanagh M Lee, who congratulated the lodge for achieving this milestone...for more

Presentation of 50 Year Jewel to WBro. Cecil Stevenson.

WBro.Ashley Wilkin W.M. Lodge 586, WBro. Cecil Stevenson 586, and RW.Bro. Maurice Lee PGM

On Friday 20th April 2018 one of Lodge 586 oldest and long serving brethren was presented with his 50 year Jewel. WBro. Cecil Stevenson has been a stalwart to the Lodge since his Initiation on 19th April 1968. He served as Secretary and has fulfilled many temporary officers roles over the years...for more

Cheque Presentations by True Friendship Lodge 579, Dungannon

Presentation of certificate

True Friendship Lodge 579 organized and ran a very successful Night at the Races evening at which they raised £1950 for some very worthy charities. Bro Barry Williamson, a member of the Lodge, received a cheque for £650 for Leukemia & Lymphoma NI. Bro Barry Williamson, who lost his wife aged 31 to lymphoma almost two years ago, has raised over £107,000 for this Northern Ireland Charity...for more