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 Silverbirch Hotel, Omagh, Co. Tyrone on Wednesday 27th February 2019 at 2:00pm sharp.

VWBro. J Woods,
Provincial Grand Secretary.

A lunch will be held in the Hotel before the Communication.


Very W Bro George Crooks presented with his 60 year Certificate

Certificate Presentation

Very Worshipful Brother George Crooks received his Entered Apprentice Degree on 2nd February 1959, was passed to the Degree of Fellow Craft on 2nd March1959 and was raised to the Sublime Degree of Master Mason on 4th May 1959. He was Worshipful Master of the Lodge in 1977...for more

True Friendship 579 Carol service

WBro Christopher Comer WM, RWBro Maurice Lee P.G.M, Bro Rev Canon Dr Peter Thompson 579, VWBro Dean Kenneth Hall P.G.Chaplin, RWBro Frank Arnold P.D.G.M

The Lodge of True Friendship 579 Dungannon held their Carol service in St Michael's Parish Church, Castlecaulfield on Sunday 9th December 2018. The Rector Bro Rev Canon Dr Peter Thompson welcomed the many visitors and brethren to the service. V.W Bro Dean Kenneth Hall assisted the Rector...for more

Omagh Widows Lunch

Omagh Masonic;  Widows Lunch

On Sunday 9th December 2018 Omagh Masonic Entertainments Committee hosted a luncheon for the widows and widowers of the four Omagh Lodges - Concore 332, St John's 334, Cappagh 350 and Victory 689. Brethren were encouraged to attend with their wives and children to give the occasion a family-friendly feel...for more

Omagh Masonic; Three brethren receive 50-year jewels.

Omagh Masonic;  Three brethren receive 50-year jewels.

At a function in Omagh Masonic Hall on Tuesday 27th November, three brethren received 50-year jewels from their respective Lodges, namely Mr John Eakin, Mr James Eakin and Mr William Caldwell. Their jewels were presented by RWBro Maurice Lee MBE, Provincial Grand Master, in what may well have been an event unique in Irish masonry...for more