There are various Freemason Lodges In Berkshire, this page is to help you find the right masonic lodge for you. You can find lodges in all the major towns or cities of Berkshire, including Reading, Windsor and Maidenhead.
Freemasonry has long been mistakenly seen as a secretive organisation and the anti-Masonic web sites, of which there are many; perpetuate a twisted view of the craft. Interestingly, there are a number of really secretive organisations. Some with questionable motives, but they are not attacked in the way Freemasonry is. But rather than dismiss their criticisms out of hand, they will be confronted, addressed and corrected.
Masonic & Freemason Lodges in Berkshire
Some of the various freemason lodges in the Berkshire & Reading area.
Abbey Lodge Abingdon
Guildhall Abingdon, Abingdon, Berkshire, England
Abbey Lodge regularly meets at the Abingdon Guildhall every 2nd Thursday of the month between October and May. The Lodge has been in existence for 147 years and will be celebrating our 150 years in 2013/14. Our simple aim is to bring together like minded men of goodwill regardless of background, religion or political persuasion and to promote tolerance, charity and integrity. They come under the Provincial Grand Lodge of Berkshire.
Hungerford Lodge 4748
Newbury Masonic Centre, Hungerford, Berkshire
Formed in 1925, we have been serving the community ever since. If you are interested in joining or visiting please visit our website for more information. We meet on 3rd Tuesday of October, November, February, March and April and the Second Tuesday in December. Installation is November.
Ashley Hill Lodge No. 7861
Berkshire Masonic Centre in Sindlesham, Sindlesham, Berkshire,England
The Ashley Hill Lodge was originally based in Maidenhead Berkshire, before it moved to itÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s current location at The Berkshire Masonic Centre, Sindlesham, Wokingham. This is where we now hold our regular meetings, and also our LOI. The Consecration of Ashley Hill took place on the 18th April 1963, and was performed by R.W Bro Lt Col R.H Ingham Clarke, Prov. G.M at the old Maidenhead Masonic Hall, High Town Road, Maidenhead.
Old Windsor Lodge 8060
Meets at the Windsor Masinic Hall Church Street Windsor on the 3rd Tuesday in January,March,October & November start time 5.30pm.
Etonian Lodge of St. John No. 209
Held at the Masonic Hall, Church Lane, Windsor, on the first Tuesday in February, March, October, November and December and the third Tuesday in April.
Where in Berkshire?
There are various masonic lodges to join in Berkshire including: Basingstoke, Bracknell, Bracknell Forest, Crowthorne, Farnborough, Horncastle, Maidenhead, Reading, Sandhurst, Sindlesham, Thatcham, Windsor and Maidenhead, and Wokingham.