WWM Social Media


The Province of West Wales is on Facebook and Twitter. Why not click on the links below or get in touch using the form?


Social Media for Lodges and Chapters

Why do need to use Social Media?

The purpose of Social Media for your Lodge is to inform brethren and a wider audience of:

·        The existence of your Lodge/Chapter

·        Activities, events and items of interest

·        Activities, events and items of interest, which have been posted on other significant Masonic websites (such as the Masonic Centre’s website, the Provincial website, UGLE, Masonic Charitable Foundation, websites of Lodges at your Centre.

·        Interesting and informative information from other Masonic sources (such as the Twitter accounts of other Lodges at your Centre, the Centre’s account, Province, UGLE, Masonic Charitable Foundation, etc..) 

Social Media Not Sure About It All?

Websites, Twitter and Facebook are tremendously powerful communication tools, which are at our disposal for little or no financial cost. Consequently, they are greatly recommended and will undoubtedly help the fraternity to evolve as society itself evolves. However, the Masonic world will not end should your Lodge choose not to get involved just yet. Whenever you feel that you are ready and have the membership resources to set it all up and manage it effectively; that will be exactly the right time


For further information and assistance in creating social media sites for you lodge please use the contact form below:

To read the UGLE Social Media Guidlines click here.

Contact the West Wales Social Media Department

The West Wales Social Media Accounts are overseen by W Bro Adrian Thomas. If you are thinking of setting up accounts for your Lodge or Chapter, or have any questions or comments, W Bro Adrian would love to hear from you.

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