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not swear an obligation to give any preference to each other, but swear to uphold the law of the land; that although used in our ceremonies are signs like those believed to have been given by stonemasons when visiting a distant Lodge to prove a level of apprenticeship, there are no ominous secrets; and that Freemasons are happy to talk about their membership and only object to the implications of the singling out Freemasonry on offi cial forms.


Being the point of contact at UGLE for queries about female Freemasonry is another privilege, particularly leading up to the Centenary of the HFAF in 2013. Some of you might have seen impressive pictures of the OWF Centenary at the Albert Hall.


As Communications Adviser, or as a member of the HFAF, I am far from knowing everything about Freemasonry, but I like to think I do know where I can fi nd an answer – and that availability of information is the important thing for all of us.


Photographer: Greg Funnell 21


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