Lodges meeting in Weston Super Mare

Seven Lodges at The Masonic Hall, Tivoli Lane, Boulevard, Weston Super Mare BS23 1NZ. Consecrated on October 1st 1908 the Masonic Hall has been extensively refurbished and modernised over recent years. Weston Super Mare also hosts the Annual Meeting of the Provincial Grand Lodge of Somerset at the Winter Gardens.

St Kew Lodge No 1222

Meets at 18:30 except April on the first Tuesday
Months – Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr (Installation 16:30), May, Jun, Oct, Nov, Dec

In the story of Weston-super-Mare there is an old and oft repeated tradition that the adjoining village of Kewstoke was named after St. Kew. He, it was said, was a hermit who lived in a cell, the ruins of which may still be traced, in a ravine climbed by a long flight of stone steps leading from Kewstoke Church to the top of Worle Hill. The ravine is known as the “Pass of St. Kew” or Monks-Steps The St. Kew Lodge was consecrated in the year 1868 and is the daughter Lodge of the Lodge of Agriculture, No. 1199

Contact the Lodge Secretary: David Smith

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King Alfred Lodge No 3169

Meets at 18:30 except Oct on the second Friday and Nov on the third Friday
Months – Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Oct (Installation 17:00), Nov and Dec

King Alfred Lodge has over 60 members from the general area of Weston-super-Mare which includes the outlying villages of St.Georges, Hewish, Wick St. Lawrence, Kewstoke, Sand Bay, Locking and Uphill. The Lodge also has an active Lodge of Instruction which meets on the second Tuesday of every month at 7:30pm at the Masonic Hall

Contact the Lodge Secretary: Chris Millard

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Wessex Lodge No 4093

Meets at 18:30 on the fourth Friday except May and Dec
Months – Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr (Installation 16:30), May (3rd Fri), Sep, Oct, Nov and Dec (3rd Fri)

Consecrated on 1st June 1920, Wessex Lodge was fortunate enough to have 59 Founder Members, the vast majority of which were already Members of the other Two Lodges meeting at Weston, St Kew and King Alfred

Contact the Lodge Secretary: Ian Woollard

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Birnbeck Lodge No 7160

Meets at 19:00 except September, on the third Wednesday
Months – Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Sep (Installation 17:30), Oct, Nov and Dec

The name for Birnbeck Lodge was taken from a large rock, once an island guarding the entrance to Weston Bay, but now connected to the mainland by a pier and housing the local RNLI lifeboat. The Lodge was consecrated on 11th June 1952. It is the only Lodge in Weston-super-Mare to start meetings at 7.00 pm. The Founders agreed this so that members could arrive in a relaxed frame of mind after having more time to get home from work. Despite the pressures of contemporary life, we still try to maintain the traditions and standards of our Founders but remain open minded enough to embrace the modern world.

Contact the Lodge Secretary: Jonathan (Jon) Taylor

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Athelstan Lodge No 9033

Meets at 18:30 except September on the first Friday
Months – Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Sep (Installation 17:00), Oct, Nov and Dec

Contact the Lodge Secretary: Sam Boyd

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Somerset Provincial Grand Stewards Lodge No 9189

Meets at 10:45 on the third Saturday
Months – Feb, May and Oct (Installation)

Membership of the Stewards Lodge is open to those Brethren appointed to the rank of Provincial Grand Steward in The Craft Degree, The Royal Arch Degree and The Mark Degree. The objective in the foundation of this Lodge has been to collect together all those Brethren who have been appointed to the Office of Provincial Grand Steward. The establishment of this Lodge with its wealth of Masonic experience is a distinct advantage to Freemasonry in Somerset enabling members to fulfil the function of Provincial Grand Steward in the widest sense

Contact the Lodge Secretary: Paul Howard-Baker

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Tivoli Lodge No 9417

Meets at 10:30 on the fourth Saturday except September
Months – Mar, May, Sep (third Saturday, Installation) and Dec (second Saturday)

Tivoli Lodge was Consecrated on Saturday 28th September 1991 and was the second Lodge in Somerset to meet on a Saturday morning and invite the Ladies to the Festive Board. It was named after the Tivoli Cinema which stood adjacent to the Masonic Hall. The building represented on the banner is in fact the ‘Triumphant Arch’ entrance to the cinema, whilst the masks of joy and sorrow within the entrance gateway represent its theatrical history.

Contact the Lodge Secretary: Stuart Boyd

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From North, leave M5 at Junction 21, From South leave M5 at Junction 22. MH in Tivoli Lane beside Hodge & Co. (Solicitors) between the first and second set of Tfc L’s in Boulevard. PCP’s in Sovereign Centre near Winter Gardens and in Grove Park. On-street parking in most streets after 18.00 hours. No lights required in Boulevard

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