The Freemasons of the Province of Yorkshire (West Riding), England have a 22 minute Real Player video available on their web site described as follows:




A View of Freemasonry
A View of Freemasonry is a professionally produced video which gives an insight into the world of the Freemasons. "There is so little about Freemasonry available," comments spokesman Keith Madeley "that in the absence of genuine information, a number of myths have grown up."

Filmed in a Masonic Hall in Bradford, West Yorkshire, the video shows the highlights of what is involved when a masonic lodge meets : the highlights of the masonic ceremony of making a mason, followed by the festive board. Also shown is the significant amount of work that Freemasonry does for charity when a cheque for 45,000 is presented to the local burns unit at Pinderfields Hospital, Wakefield.

The film removes the veil of secrecy which is said to exist around Freemasonry. It features interviews with masons who talk about what Freemasonry means to them, and why they retain an interest in one of the world's most enigmatic and enduring organisations.


The web site is http://www.wrprovince.co.uk