Meets at 18:30 except as below, on the third Monday (4th Monday April 2014 by dispensation).
Months – Jan, Feb, Mar (Installation 17:00), Apr, May, Sep, Oct, Nov and Dec (18.00)
Warranted in 1867, the first Meeting of the Lodge took place at the Ship and Castle in Congresbury and in 1882 moved to the Railway Hotel in Yatton before finally settling at Yatton Masonic Hall in 1935. The Lodge is one of the largest in Somerset and has sponsored many new Lodges in the Province including St Kew, Coleridge, Tyntesfield, Winscombe and the Yatton Lodge of Hospitality.
The Lodge members were predominately from the farming community, but now our membership has great cross section of members from across our community and trades from employed ,self employed and ex service members which allows for an interesting and diverse conversation especially at our festive boards, which are always a fun and lively affair, if you decide that Freemasonry is for you, The Lodge of Agriculture is a warm and welcoming lodge with members from many walks of life, and you will always be welcome whether you are someone who would just like to find out what Freemasonry is about, or someone looking to join a progressive but traditional lodge which looks to enjoy the company of like minded people, and to support local charities and good causes, as well as national charities. If you would like to know more about The lodge of Agriculture or Freemasonry in general please contact the Lodge Secretary.
If you would like to know more about The lodge of Agriculture or Freemasonry in general please contact the Lodge Secretary.
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