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  • Important Notice Regarding Coronavirus

    Due to the recent UK Government advice to avoid social gatherings and venues in light of HM Gov. health concerns regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus) in public places, the Farnborough Masonic Centre, including Alexandra Hall Events will be closed until further notice.

    With regards to potentially re-opening, we will continue to monitor the situation closely and take our guidance from HM Government, Public Health England and the United Grand Lodge of England. The health and safety of everyone involved remains our top priority. We will be taking advantage of this enforced break to complete some redecoration work in the Centre as well as deep cleaning, so when the time comes for your function it should be looking even better than it did before.

    Please stay safe, and we look forward to welcoming you back in the not too distant future

    We will endeavor to answer all enquiries in the meantime as quickly as possible

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  • Welcome to the Farnborough Masonic Centre website. Members will find much in the way of useful information aimed at improving their enjoyment of the centre, and Visiting Brethren will be able to make Fraternal contact with one of the 30 Craft Lodges, Chapters and other Masonic Degrees and Orders that meet here.

    The centre is available for use by local individuals and organisations for functions, meetings and social events and all enquiries are welcomed. The Board sincerely hopes that the website will provide the platform to engender greater contact within the membership and also with the community at large.

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Information Collection

We collect personal information (such as your name, email address and any other details you provide to us that identifies you as an individual) from you when you submit a request for information or when you submit your details for any other reason. Personal information will only be collected with your permission.

When you browse our Website, we may log your IP address. We do not link your IP address to any other personal information that you send to us. Like many other websites, we may use a standard technology called a "cookie" to collect information about how you use the Website.

Save for the use of cookies, we do not automatically log data or collect data apart from information you specifically provide to us.

Use Of Information We Collect

We will use your information for several general purposes including: fulfilling any requests for information or services placed by you, processing any other transactions authorised by you, personalising your experience on our Website and keeping you up to date with news about the Lodge. Your personal information shall not be used for any other purposes.

Who May Process Data

Your personal information may be processed by us in accordance with this privacy policy. We take all reasonable care to prevent any unauthorised access to your personal data. Personal information will not be sold or transferred to unaffiliated third parties without your prior consent.

Security Measures

We are serious about guarding the security of your personal information that we have under our control from unauthorised access, improper use and disclosure, unauthorised destruction or accidental loss. However we cannot guarantee the protection of your personal data as due to the nature of the Internet, the Website is theoretically accessible by any user of the World Wide Web. You should be aware that when you disclose personal information on the Website it may be collected by another user and may result in unsolicited messages from other Internet users.

Changes to this Policy

We may change this privacy policy from time to time. When such a change is made we will post a revised version on the Website. It is your responsibility to view this privacy policy from time to time to be aware of any such change. Your continued use of the Website will indicate your agreement to any such change.

Featured Lodge

  • Yateley Lodge No.9107

    Yateley Lodge 9107Yateley Lodge was consecrated on 26th March 1984. By 1986 we had 53 members but today the lodge has a more modest 32 members, some of whom now live abroad. We have built up a reputation of being a very friendly lodge and we always look forward to having Visitors at our 5 regular meetings each year.

  • Rose of Hampshire Lodge No.8463

    rosehampshireRose of Hampshire Lodge No 8463 was consecrated on the 20th March 1973 in the new Temple at Aldershot. The Lodge subsequently moved to the Farnborough Masonic Hall. We were privileged to receive the Platinum Award in 2005 which was presented by the Provincial Grand Master R.W.Bro. E. F. R. Moss to the WM of the Lodge. The Rose of Hampshire is a very sociable Lodge which hosts a series of major charitable events every year not only for our members but also for their families and friends. Our pinnacle of the year is the Ladies Festival.

  • Loyalty Lodge No.7154

    loyaltyLoyalty Lodge was consecrated on Thursday 15th May 1952, at Scarborough Rooms, High Street, Aldershot, as a result of an idea of Bro. Rev. C.L.Bell, Vicar of Tongham, who was then a member of Aldershot Camp Lodge. It moved to Farnborough in 1955. Lodge Website

  • Farnborough & North Camp Lodge No.2203

    fandnc2203Farnborough & North Camp Lodge was consecrated on the 14th October 1887 at the Queens Hotel Farnborough. It is the oldest Lodge meeting at the Masonic centre with 2012 being the 125th Anniversary. Many of the founder members were from the Army education and musical areas.

  • Mid-Wessex Lodge of Installed Masters No.8859

    Mid wessex LogoMid Wessex Lodge of Installed Masters was founded in 1978 and provides a forum for Past Masters of Lodges in the wider Mid Wessex area to consider the broader aspects of Freemasonry.

  • More Majorum Lodge No.7786

    majorum 72dpiMore Majorum Lodge was founded in 1962 in London, it's name is tranlated as 'in the manner of our forefathers'. The Lodge moved to Farnborough in 1994 and is the only Lodge meeting at Farnborough that meets on a Saturday, usually tyling at 3.30pm.  It is also one of the only Lodges in Hampshire that works Universal ritual. Lodge Website

  • Pegasus Forces Lodge No.9393

    PFL 2The Lodge was founded in 1990, primarily for the convenience of Serving and Ex members of the Airbourne Forces and those closely connected.  Members include representatives from the majority of past and current Airborne units, including veterans from W.W.2.

  • Mercury Lodge No.4581

    mercury4581Mercury Lodge was consecrated on 17th December 1923 at the Tumble Down Dick Hotel, Farnborough. The significance of our consecration date is that as it was exactly 20 years to the day that the first powered flight by the Wright Brothers had taken place. The date chosen for a lodge with such aeronautical connections was most apt, however it appears to have been purely coincidental. Lodge Website

  • Semper Fidelis Lodge No.6664

    semper6664Semper Fidelis Lodge No.6664 was consecrated on 14th October 1948 at the Farnborough Masonic Centre, its Mother Lodge is Aldershot Camp 1331 and its Daughter Lodge is Hospitality 7927.

    Semper Fidelis is translated as 'Ever faithful' and this is combined with the Lodge motto of 'Non Sibi Sed Toti' which is translated as 'Not only to yourself but to all'.

  • Ashburn St Johns Lodge No.9395

    asj jwlcAshburn St johns was consecrated on the 22nd November 1990 at the Masonic Hall Aldershot, by the then Provincial Grand Master, RW Bro. James Bullen. It held its meetings initially at Kenward House, Hartley Wintney, moved to Aldershot in 1991, and then in 1996 to its present venue at the Farnborough Masonic Centre.  The idea for the name of the Lodge and the badge on which the jewel is based, originated from the bridge at Fordingbridge in Hampshire which has seven arches (this being a significant number in Freemasonry). Near the bridge is a Hotel, the Ashburn, and close by is the site of an old Wayfarers Hospital which was run by the Knights of St John, hence Ashburn St Johns.

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Lodges, Chapters & Orders

Click here for a list of all the Lodges, Chapters & Conclaves that meet at Farnborough.