Constitutional Lodge Nº 294
 

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Thankyou for visiting the Constitutional Lodge Nº 294 website.
The home of Constitutional Lodge Nº 294 is the Beverley Masonic Hall
in Trinity Lane Beverely, close to the Minster.

The Lodge was formed in 1793 and is one of the oldest lodges in the Province of Yorkshire North and East Ridings. Our meetings take place on the first Thursday of every month, excluding August, and normally start at 6:30 pm with the exception of the Installation meeting which takes place on the 2nd Thursday of January with an earlier start time which will be notified on the Summons.

You can use the navigation panels on the left to discover more about out history, current officers of the year and a programme of social events. The site is currently under development so you may find that some sections are unavailable.
If you bookmark us in your 'favourites' you can return and discover
developments as they occur.


For the Sat-Nav Savvy the Masonic Hall Postcode is HU17 0DY

Updated
Wednesday, April 12, 2017 1:52 PM
Family Sunday Lunch. April 30th 2017
Bi-Centennial History from 1993 transcription.
294 2016-2017 Team
294 Lodge and Chapter News including American night

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Welcome to the Constitutional Lodge website.

Constitutional lodge Nº 294 currently has 59 members and meets on the first Thursday of each month (with the exception of August) at 6.30 pm. In January the Installation meeting is on the second Thursday of the month and commences at 5:00pm or as stated on the Summons

If you are a visiting Freemason you can use the location map and other items in the menu (centre bottom) to find us and other information regarding parking and accommodation. You may also e-mail by clicking here.

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If you are not a Freemason and would like more information about Freemasonry you can use this site and also use the "Useful Masonic Links" tab on the left to discover more information.
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