Other Essex Masonic Web Sites

 
 
Web Site NameDescriptionWeb Address
Albert Lucking LodgeHistory and useful information about one of Southend’s oldest Lodges. Details on Lodge events and its members in an easy to read site so as to keep the interest of the visitor.http://www.albertlucking2717.org.uk
Association of Friends of Prince Edward Duke of Kent Court The Association of Friends is an Essex charity, separate from the RMBI, and the object of the Association is to relieve and assist by all Charitable Means the Residents of Prince Edward Duke of Kent Court wherever they may be in Essex.http://www.friendsofpedokc.org.uk
Boswells LodgeBoswells Lodge Number 7759, meets on the fourth Saturday in the months September to April excluding December at the Chelmsford Masonic Centrehttp://www.boswells.org.uk
Comrades LodgeProvides a history and insight of Comrades Lodge & Chapter. Informs members of forthcoming events and dates. Provides visitors with dates and travel information. http://www.comrades2976.co.uk
Cranbrook LodgeUseful and interesting information about The Cranbrook Lodge No. 4609, which meets at The Masonic Centre, in Loughton, Essex. It includes a potted history of the lodge and details of our meeting dates and directions to the Centre. Please feel free to browse, sign our guest-book and contact our Secretary and/or Webwarden should you require further information. We very much look forward to your visit to our website and we hope, in due time, our Lodge as well. http://www.cranbrooklodge4609.org
Cross Keys Masonic CentreThe Thurrock Masonic Hall was first opened on the 1st of May 1967, by The Rt. Hon., The Earl of Warwick J.P., D.L. and in July 2013 moved to its current location and became The Cross Keys Masonic Centrehttp://www.crosskeysmasoniccentre.co.uk
Danehurst LodgeThe Lodge Logo is of Queen Elizabeth 1sts hunting lodge in Epping Forest which was first built in 1543 and remains situated close to where the Lodge now meets. Danehurst is saxon word meaning a copse on a small hill-a lookout point from which to keep watch for Danish raiders sailing up the valley of the River Lea.http://www.danehurstlodge.org.uk
Essex Chapter No 276The Chapter meets at The Masonic Hall. County Hotel, Rainsford Road, Chelmsford, Essex CM1 2PZ on the second Tuesday of February, May and Novemberhttp://www.essexchapter.org.uk
Essex Quadrant Lodge No 7143This masonic lodge of ancient free and accepted masons in Essex was consecrated on 6th March 1952. Essex Quadrant Lodge is a Lodge warranted by the United Grand Lodge of England within the Province of Essex. Since it's founding (in 1952) this freemasons lodge has raised money for charitable causes, both Masonic and non-Masonic. On our website pages you will find some useful information about the Lodge, including recent and upcoming events plus a list of the current officers of the lodge.http://www.essexquadrantlodge7143.org
Forester Lodge 7760It was during the course of an Epping Foresters cricket match that the idea of creating a new Lodge was discussed and subsequently formed. 50 years on we entered the age of enlightenment and launched our website. This contains history of the lodge, a calendar of upcoming meetings and events, and various items of masonic news.http://foresterlodge7760.co.uk
Harlow Masonic HallMasonic Hall Information Local Masonic News Items Lodge & Chapter Meeting dates etc. http://www.harlowmasonichall.co.uk
Little Heath LodgeLittle Heath Lodge meetings take place at Upminster Masonic Hall, Deyncourt Gardens, Upminster, Essex and are held on the third Thursday in January and the first Thursday in March and November and the second Thursday in June (Installation).http://www.littleheathlodge.com
Lodge of St Andrew, Great Ilford No 6515The Lodge of St Andrew, Great Ilford is a Freemasons Lodge which meets at the Upminster Masonic Hall, Deyncourt Gardens, Upminster, Essex. We were Consecrated at Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen Street, London on 29th October 1947. We were originally a London Lodge that met at the Piccadilly Hotel in the heart of the West End until 1977 when we moved to Upminster and became an Essex Lodge. Our members are all ages and come from diverse backgrounds covering a broad spectrum of professions and interests. The lodge derives its name from the Parish of St. Andrew, Great Ilford in Essex where the majority of the founding members lived, at the time of the Lodge’s Consecration, most of whom were ARP Wardens during the second world war.http://standrewgreatilford.org.uk/
Loughton Masonic CentreLoughton Masonic Centre was consecrated in February 1910 and plans are in hand to celebrate the centenary in 2010 The Centre is host to some 52 Lodges, Chapters & Preceptories, besides hosting such events as an annjal Combined RA Chapter Convocation, Quiz Nights and Race Nights, it has been lavishly refurbished over the past few years and a splendid new kitchen was installed in 2008 The dining room can seat up to 75. The Centre is close to Loughton Underground and there are two public car parks nearbyhttp://www.loughtonmasonic.org
Manningtree Masonic CentreThe Manningtree Masonic Centre Web Site displays a fascinating insight into the various Masonic orders that meet at this centre with lots of interesting facts and information for Masons in Manningtree and North Essex in general. Freemasons in Manningtree have been active since the consecration of Mistley Lodge 2339 in 1889 and still going strong 122 years on.http://www.manningtree-freemasons.co.nr/
Old EsthameiansInformation on Old Esthameians Lodge 7693 including Local Masonic News, Lodge Meeting dates, activities and eventshttp://www.oldesthameians.co.uk
Orsett Masonic HallMasonic Hall Information Local Masonic News Items Lodge & Chapter Meeting dates History of Orsett Masonic Hall http://www.orsettmasonichall.co.uk
Rochford Masonic HallThe Rochford Masonic Hall will provide the Web Site service that our brethren now want.http://www.rochford-masonic.org.uk
Saffron Walden Masonic Hall AssociationMasonic Hall Information Local Masonic News Items Lodge & Chapter Meeting dates with Secretaries/Scribe E's Details/Email address History of Freemasonry in Saffron Walden Tragic Fire in 1999 Re-Building and the re-dedication of the Masonic Hall in photographs http://www.essex-lodges.org/saffronwalden
Saint Cedd Lodge Nº 6519 Saint Cedd Lodge Nº 6519 is a Freemason's lodge in the Masonic Province of Essex and is warranted under the United Grand Lodge of England. The Lodge had its first meeting in October 1947. One of the greatest strengths of Freemasonry is the variety of its members, their employment and hobbies. Freemasonry has always encouraged men of different backgrounds and beliefs to become members. Our age range is equally diverse, ranging from 35 to 83. http://www.saintceddlodge.org.uk/
Shoeburyness Lodge 6665In 1948 George the VI was the monarch, Prince Charles was born and the post WW II birth rate was the highest for 30 years, Shoeburyness Lodge came in to being. Back in 1945 local Freemasons who met at The Cambridge Hotel in Ness Road, Shoeburyness for their Lodge of Instruction meetings; had been discussing the formation of a new Masonic Lodge for some time.http://shoeburynessmasoniclodge.co.uk/
Sibelius LodgeWebsite & History of the Sibelius Lodge No 9448http://www.sibelius.org.uk
Southchurch Masonic Study CircleMaster Masons' and above, who meet informally to discuss a topic of Masonic interest, researched by one of our members, or to listen to a Talk presented by a guest speaker. Lively, informative and relaxed. Like minded Brethren endeavouring to make that; 'daily dvancement in Masonic knowledge.'http://www.southchurch.mesh4us.org.uk/
Southend Masonic HallSouthend Masonic Centre's website allows brethren quick and easy access to a multitude of useful information. Included in this website is up to date news and bulletins, details of meetings at Saxon Hall, festive board menus, forthcoming events and much more. http://www.southendmasonic.co.uk/
Spero Lodge No. 6825“Welcome to the home page of Spero Lodge No. 6825. We operate Taylors Ritual under the Provincial Grand Lodge of Essex and the constitution of the United Grand Lodge of England. Spero Lodge is a beacon of hope in an uncertain world, that demonstrates high quality ritual, enjoyable fellowship and provides a superb place for anybody wanting to be a Freemason. Definitely Essex Freemasonry at its best!”http://spero.org.uk/
St Giles Masonic Association St Giles Centre is not just a Masonic Centre. Situated on the edge of St. Boltophs area between the Garrison and the Town Centre, it is a converted church boasting a fine history, the centrepiece of which is stone tablet once marking the final resting place of Royalist Captain's Lucas & Lisle, who met their end at Colchester Castle in 1648 during the English Civil War. http://www.stgilescentre.org.uk
St Laurence Lodge No 5511 The Lodge was founded in 1935 and is thus 75 years old. It has always met in the town of Upminster, just east of London in the Masonic Province of Essex. St Laurence is therefore a Lodge under the United Grand Lodge of England.http://www.stlaurencelodge.org.uk/
Stanford Le Hope Familly of Web SitesFrom this site you can access all of the Lodge, Chapter and related site information that are associated with the Stanford Le Hope Lodge. They hold the distinction of being the first private Lodge to create a web site in Essex and have subsequently added to the WWW Family by the addition of web sites for their Chapter, their Lodges/Chapters of instruction, their association as the founding members of the first English High Twelve International club and their strong association to the Four Centres Social group. http://www.lodge5217.org
Stonewell LodgeThis is the web site for Stonewell Lodge 9137, a Masonic Lodge located in Rochford Essex, England - where you are able to find out about us and a little bit about Freemasonry in general.http://www.stonewell-lodge-9137.org.uk/
Thames Estuary LodgeNews and views about Thames Estuary Lodge in particular and the Craft in General. The Lodge meets at the Southend Masonic Centre.http://www.thamesestuarylodge.co.uk
The Lodge of IndustryDetails of the Lodge and the connection of Freemasons and Industry. It's active members are proud to be associated with the activities in the Lodge and Freemasonry in general. The Lodge was formed just as the Second World War was ending in 1945, on July 10th that year. http://www.lodge-of-industry.co.uk
The Lodge Of SuccessThe Lodge, the first under the English jurisdiction to use the word "Success" was consecrated at Freemasons' Hall on 6th July 1934. Sponsored by Lodge of Perseverance, No. 1743, it was brought into being under every auspices of success.http://www.5486.org.uk
TLC AppealRaising Funds for the supply of Cuddly Toys to A&E units for Children in Severe Distresshttp://www.tlcappeal.org
Tollesbury Masonic Centre The Tollesbury Masonic Centre website features useful information on the seven Orders meeting in Tollesbury, including Tollesbury (4738) and Woodrolfe (8354) Craft Lodges and Tollesbury Chapter (4738). The site also includes a brief history of the village and Freemasonry in Tollesbury since 1925; an events calendar with meeting dates for the various Orders; a current news section and details of how to become a Craft Freemason in Tollesburyhttp://tollesburymasons.org.uk/
Undine Lodge 3394 Undine Lodge 3394 meeting at the Masonic centre in Loughtonhttp://www.undinelodge.org.uk
Upminster Hall Lodge 7573Within the web pages you will find interesting information and history about Upminster Hall Lodge No 7573. It was warranted by the United Grand Lodge of England and was consecrated on 22nd September 1958. It includes information about Freemasonry in general, as well as charities that the lodge supports, Freemasonry charitable donations and news in general.http://www.upminsterhall-lodge.co.uk
   
 
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