What does Freemasons do? Freemasons Lodge was set up in 1878 – masonic fraternity practicing historic ceremonies and traditions. Freemasonry helps to improve oneself and build respect and empathy for others. Offers peer support and moral guidance to its members, and supports local charities, causes & community initiatives.
Who are the key people in the organisation? Matt Humphries; Lodge Membership Officer
Who is the group aim for? Adult males of any background, faith or culture.
Where you are based, when you are open, or when do you meet? Temple Bar Lodge meets for practice and social gatherings every Tuesday evening at the Royal Masonic Hall, 2 Jepps Ln, Royston SG8 9AP
We hold formal masonic meetings 4 times a year and our members have the opportunity to visit and attend social networking events & formal meetings at other lodges across the country.
Tell us about any fundraising? We select a chosen charity each year to support financially and provide ad-hoc donations to good causes and initiatives in our area. Family events, such as our annual hog roast or charity galas have also raised thousands of pounds for good causes in the past.
Do you have any news of upcoming events? We are an old and established lodge who will soon celebrate its 150th birthday! We run regular events for our members and their families throughout the year, including formal dinners, Charity Galas, Ladies nights and social outings!
Any other messages that you wish to get across? “The secret of Masonry, like the secret of life, can be known only by those who seek it, serve it and live it”
How can someone become a member / use your services / get involved? If you would like to enquire about membership or visit the lodge for an informal chat and tour, please contact the membership officer – email@example.com