The Masonic Order of Athelstan

The Masonic Order of Athelstan

in England, Wales and its Provinces Overseas

The Masonic Order of Athelstan

Provincial Grand Court of Sussex

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Welcome to our website

Lionel Mee
Welcome to the Website for the Province of Sussex in the Masonic Order of Athelstan. The Order is based on the historic records of the life and the legend of King Athelstan. It portrays the story of a Master Mason being called to York in 926 AD to receive the Ancient Charges from the king. Throughout its ceremony the ritual contains a great deal of symbolism that is still seen in some Lodges today and a great deal that is not currently worked.

The Order, in England and Wales, is structured so that its Provinces, wherever possible, reflect and represent the original Kingdoms and Gilds (original spelling of Guilds) as set up by King Athelstan. The Athelstan Provincial structure does not reflect current English Counties. Each Province is limited to a maximum of ten Courts (the Athelstan equivalent of a Lodge).

Whether you are a member of the Order seeking information relating to our Province or you are visitor seeking information about The Order and or our Province you are most welcome.

RW Bro Lionel Broadbent Mee, KSM
Provincial Grand Master

What is on the website

On the website of The Masonic Order of Athelstan, Provincial Grand Court of Sussex, you will find lots of information and news which is split into the following sections:

The Order

Details of Provincial Grand Court of Sussex including the Officers, Annual meeting, Courts within the Province and the Regalia of the Order. Click here for more.

Here you will find both histories of both the Order itself and of Athelstan, the first King of England, himself. Click here for more.

Here you will find all the latest news and details of events for both the Provincial Grand Court of Sussex and the Order as a whole. Click here for more.

Details of how to contact the Provincial Grand Court of Sussex and some useful links. Click here for more.

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