Beaconsfield Lodge



Grand Lodge
The Quarterly Communications of Grand Lodge are held on the second Wednesday in the months of March, June, September and December,
The Annual Grand Festival takes place on the last Wednesday in April.
Further details available on:

Metropolitan Grand Lodge (MetGL)
Brethren are recommended to register on to obtain information regarding Grand Lodge Communications.

Visiting abroad
Brethren about to proceed abroad are warned by the Board of General Purposes committee against becoming involved with Masonic Lodges or bodies not recognised as regular by Grand Lodge.
It is emphasised that the Grand Secretary’s office should be consulted in advance, stating the Country and if possible, the names of the Lodges it is intended to visit.

Members unable to attend the Meetings are asked to maintain contact through the Secretary. At dinner, the Toast “Absent Brethren” is given at 9pm.

Will Brethren having knowledge of the illness of a member and their family, kindly inform the Lodge Almoner.

It is requested that all remittances due to the Lodge are handed to, or posted to the Treasurer, all other correspondence to be sent to the Secretary.

140th Anniversary
On the 24th February 2017, the Lodge celebrated its 140th Anniversary. A special anniversary meeting was held in the Grecian Temple at the Andaz Hotel (Formally the Great Eastern Hotel) a venue that holds such an important place in the history of the Lodge and was the subject of one of the talks presented to the Lodge.
The brethren were treated to a number of excellent and informative talks:
“The Death of Admiral Nelson” by Bro Alastair McLaurin
“Code Breaking at Bletchley Park in WWII” by W. Bro Nick Miers
“Our Spiritual Home” by W. Bro Phil Gibson

Royal Arch Chapter
Brethren are reminded that there is a Beaconsfield Chapter No. 1662. It should be the ambition of all Master Masons to be members of the Royal Arch.
Details are available from The Chapter Liaison Officer W. Bro Ray Young, LGR, LGCR: Email:
Applications for Beaconsfield Chapter are not restricted to members of Beaconsfield Lodge. Applications for new candidates and joining members are welcome from members of other Lodges and Chapters.

Many masonic lodges hold events for masons and non-masons alike. The first such event organised by Beaconsfield lodge was a summer outing from Walthamstow to Henley on Thursday July 24 1890. The member enjoyed a river cruise including both luncheon and dinner before returning home.
Over the years, Beaconsfield has organised many such events including Ladies Nights and White Table dinners most recently joining with members from our daughter lodge Beacon Light to attend a Charity quiz afternoon at Freemasons Hall Queen Street, which included a morning tour of the building followed by lunch prior to the afternoons quiz.


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