Local News

  • Brookfield Royal wedding

    Sunday 13th May saw an early celebration of the Royal Wedding at Brookfield Hall. Over 70 guests enjoyed a sumptuous afternoon tea, prepared by the resident chef. The overall comments were ‘delicious’. Prior to This, and during the Afternoon, guests took part in the many games and stalls around the hall, whilst the children were […]

  • Masters and first principals

    The Chorley group hosted the masters and first principals question and answer session this year. With 80 brethren and companions from the Leyland, Wigan, Leigh and Chorley groups the meeting was well attended. The idea is to give those who have recently become masters of their lodges or first principals of their chapters the opportunity […]

  • Tyldesley Lodge Old England Night

    Tyldesley Lodge No 2572 were fortunate to be the first lodge to have a Masonic function in the newly refurbished dining hall at Brookfield Hall. The traditional Old England Night attracted 65 Masons to the function and raised over £600 pounds for charity. The lodge has recently initiated two new members, Jamie Briggs and Keith […]

  • Brookfield Hall is refurbished

    Brookfield Hall, Westhoughton held an open evening on Saturday 17th March to unveil its new look and extensively refurbished rooms. The interior design is by Lesley Allen and the work was overseen by Bryn Hart, (Hall Chairman) and Gary Fisher (vice chairman). The main bar and dining room have been fully refurbished to a very […]

  • 200 years of Lancashire Masonry

    The development of our Province was discussed by the brethren of Rockhaven and Horwich Lodge No 2324 recently when they welcomed Dr Richard Johnson, who presented his paper ‘200 years of Lancashire Freemasonry’. The Worshipful Master, Allan Shields assisted by his Senior Warden Alan Hurst and acting Junior Warden, Ellis Collier, preceded the talk by opening […]

  • WLFC support LFHHS

    The LFHHS or Lancashire Family History and Heraldry Society are a worldwide group with 13 branches in the UK, one of which is a facility at Astley Farmhouse, Astley Village in Chorley and are a registered charity. The society is run by volunteers and provides the facilities and guidance to those interested in researching their […]

  • MCF 2021 Festival

    All the latest news regarding the Chorley Group and the MCF 2012 Festival….