Committee Members


WBro Ed Williams  current master of 441 Threes Grand Principles.  CEO of Cambridgeshire Light Blues.

 My name is Ed and I am the CEO of the Cambridgeshire Light Blues. My job is to make sure it runs effectively in an organised way for the benefit of all of it's members. I have been involved with the Light Blues for a short amount of time but have a lot of experience in company structuring. I am looking forward to seeing the Light Blues become a fundamental part of the Province of Cambridgeshire


WBro Lee Wilson Chairman of the Cambridge Light Blues

Kynaston Lodge No. 5810 
I have been a member of Kynaston for 11 years and was privileged  to become the Worshipful Master in October 2016. I’m a founder member of the Cambridgeshire Light Blues and hold the position of Vice Chair. I have toured the province visiting various lodges during my Masonic career and have made some brilliant friendships. These friendships enjoy both formal Masonic meetings but also informal social events, which my family have also been involved with and they too have created new friends! The Light Blues is a brilliant way to meet other Masons, their families and friends and we can create an amazing social network! 
I am married to Lynda, my twin sons Will & James joined Kynaston in December 2018 and I was privileged to take the chair to initiate them. My daughter Ella also enjoys the social events and supports when she can. I am an operative as well as speculative mason. For 37 years I have enjoyed restoring many ancient beautiful buildings & have embellished a few modern structures too! 



Tony Orfeo  Secretary of the Cambridge Light Blues

Bro Antonio (Tony) Orfeo current Senior Deacon of Three Grand Principals 441 and Deputy Secretary of Cambridgeshire Light Blues. 

Hello! My name is Tony, I am the Deputy Secretary of the Cambridgeshire Light Blues. My job is to support the Secretary wherever possible and to keep the club as organised as I can. Specifically, with the target of making the club fun and successful while keeping it professional. My experience has always been in sales, selling to businesses all over the world in the Power Generation industry and Motorcycling press.    

Outside of Masonry, I also cling on to the vague memory of having completed 3 Ironman triathlons and hope to get back to some kind of fitness soon. I’ve actually just booked a 200-mile cycle event in April 2020.


Hello, my name is Andy Murfitt Treasurer for the Cambridge Light Blues

 I’m the CLB representative for the Caldwell Lodge 3201 based at the March Masonic centre. Having been a mason for around 9 years I can’t underestimate the importance of having the ability of networking with like minded people. When someone enters masonry they may have many questions, being a Light Blue not only gives them that support network, but the chance to socialise and make new, life long friendships.

Away from masonry, I’ve been a funeral director for as long as I can remember - 25+ years, based in Cambridge. A keen (but not that proficient!) triathlete, have competed in various events to raise funds for our Festival 2023.