Welcome, esteemed visitor.

Last updated: 1st December, 2015

We were established under the United Grand Lodge of England in 1965 and, based in London, England.

We are a proud to be a Founder Lodge of the Metropolitan Grand Lodge. 

Originally established for serving, associated, and ex-officers and soldiers of the Royal Army Ordnance Corps, and so traditionally enjoying a military outlook, we are now an open Freemason Lodge and applications for membership are welcomed from any man who applies and is recommended. 


We meet four times a year in an hotel in Central London.

Please contact us for more precise details. 

Our 2016 meetings all start at 3 PM prompt:-


11th February 2017 (Installation)

8th April 2017 - Initiation Ceremony

17th June 2017  - Raising (possibly a Double) Ceremony

7th October 2017  - Raising Ceremony

We welcome Masonic visitors.  

Any Brother wishing to visit is requested to get in touch with our Brother Secretary via our Contact Us page.


Saturday 10th October 2015 saw us celebrating the Lodge's 50th Anniversary of our Consecration. This was an especially  interesting and memorable day including the Initiation Ceremony of a Lewis by his Father, and we were pleased to greet many visitors from both MetGL as well as Provinces. 

After a sparkling ceremony in Temple 10 of Freemason's Hall, sixty-three Brethren sat down in brotherly harmony to a first class dinner in the world famous Imperial Hotel, which has played host to so many Lodges over the years.

Founder receiving 50th anniversary certificate
We were honoured to have our remaining Founder Open the Lodge for our fiftieth anniversary ceremonies in the very place he helped to create it, so long ago, in Freemasons' Hall.

In 1991, the Lodge was made a Patron, and then in 1995, a Grand Patron of the Masonic Samaritan Fund. In 1998, a Bronze Jewel was presented to the Lodge to be worn on the Charity Steward’s collar in recognition of the support given to the London 1993-1997 Festival Appeal in aid of the Masonic Samaritan Fund. We are also a Patron of the Grand Charity, a Patron of the Royal Masonic Hospital and, in 1990, the Lodge qualified as a Patron of the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys. In 2013, we were awarded the Metropolitan Grand Master’s Silver Award for the London Appeal, and in consequence we were made a Grand Patron Lodge of the Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution.

We are honoured by another Brother of and in our Lodge achieving a very distinguished 50 years of unbroken Masonic service, both in the former BAOR (Germany) and since with our Lodge. Congratulations Brother. Our Senior Visiting Grand Officer was very pleased to be able to present our Brother with his 50 Year Certificate and Badge, adding his personal warm greetings and congratulations.

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