We are pleased to welcome Worcestershire Masonic Library and Museum as a new member of the Masonic Mutual.
The Museum was established early in the 19th century and is home to one of the largest collections of Masonic items, second only to the United Grand Lodge of England.
The impressive collection comprises over 5,500 documents, 9,000 books and publications, 6,000 jewels, medals and tokens, and numerous pictures and engravings, together with examples of glass, wood, aprons and clothing.
The Museum proudly holds five of the Ancient Charges, which include the Wood, Inigo Jones, Lechmere, Woodcock and the Hathway Manuscripts.
Kirsty Savidge and Martin Richards from the Masonic Mutual were lucky enough to visit the Museum to see the exhibitions and items on show and were thoroughly overwhelmed by the sheer size and variety of the collection.
The Masonic Mutual are happy to welcome Worcestershire Masonic Library and Museum to the Mutual and wish them the best of success for the future.
Bob James, Curator of Worcestershire Masonic Library and Museum has this to say;
“We have found the Masonic Mutual very professional, helpful and friendly. We look forward to working with them for many years to come.”
The Library and Museum will be pleased to receive gifts or donations of any items of general Masonic interest, but particularly those pertaining to the history of the Province of Worcestershire.
For more information on Worcestershire Masonic Library and Museum please contact them by visiting:-