The   United   Grand   Lodge   of   England    (UGLE)   is   the   governing   body   of   Freemasonry   in England,   Wales   and   the   Channel   Islands.   Its   headquarters   are   at   Freemasons’   Hall,   Great Queen Street, London WC2B 5AZ. The   United   Grand   Lodge   of   England   currently   has   over   two   hundred   thousand   members   meeting   in   6,800 Lodges, which are grouped as follows: Lodges    meeting    in    London    (an    area    generally    within    a    10-mile    radius    of    Freemasons’    Hall),    are administered   by   the   Metropolitan   Grand   Lodge   of   London,   which   is   headed   by   the   Metropolitan   Grand Master. Lodges   meeting   outside   London,   and   within   England,   Wales,   the   Isle   of   Man   and   the   Channel   Islands,   are grouped   into   47   Provinces,   whose   boundaries   often   correspond   to   those   of   the   old   Counties,   with   each headed by a Provincial Grand Master. Lodges   that   meet   outside   England,   Wales,   the   Isle   of   Man   and   the Channel    Islands are   grouped   into   33   Districts,   with   each   headed   by   a   District   Grand   Master,   five   Groups (ie:   currently   too   small   to   make   up   a   District),   with   each   headed   by   a   Grand   Inspector, and 12 Lodges abroad which are directly administered by Freemasons’ Hall. The   Book   of   Constitutions   (rule   book)   has   been   in   the   public   domain   since   the   first edition was published in 1723 and can also be purchased from Freemasons’ Hall. Click to visit the United Grand Lodge of England’s website:
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