There are various Freemason Lodges In Herefordshire, 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 Herefordshire, including Hereford, Ledbury, and Ross on Wye.
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 Heritage of Herefordshire
Freemasonry’s history in Herefordshire dates back to the late 18th century, with the establishment of the county’s first Masonic lodge, the Hereford Lodge No. 466. Since then, Herefordshire has been home to a constellation of Masonic lodges, each with its unique history and character.
These lodges are part of the United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE), the oldest and most well-known Masonic jurisdiction in the world. Freemasonry in Herefordshire, as in other regions, has evolved over the years while preserving its core values and rituals.
Masonic & Freemason Lodges in Herefordshire
Some of the various freemason lodges in the Herefordshire & Hereford area.
- Provincial Grand Lodge of Herefordshire: This is the regional governing body for Freemasonry in Herefordshire. It manages and supports the lodges and Masonic activities within the county.
Suggestions for local lodges are welcome.
Where in Herefordshire?
There are various masonic lodges to join in Herefordshire including: Bromyard, Hereford, Hyde, Ledbury, and Ross on Wye.