It didn't even mention the tercentenary anywhere in this article, not even as a minor background point.
Must have been lost in the edit.
According to the article, there are about 4,700 female Freemasons in the UK, compared to the over 200,000 men. It wasn't all hearts and flowers, though. It's a UK news outlet, so they must have been heartbroken that the women don't have trouser legs, but it still has the obligatory reference to handshakes and police corruption crammed with a crowbar into the final paragraphs. Cheers.
(BTW, if someone locally there DID spot coverage of the event besides the brief piece in the Telegraph, let me know. Even it was behind a paywall.)