Meets at 18:45 on the first Friday Months – Jan (second Friday), Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Oct, Nov (Installation 17:30) and Dec
Wraxall Lodge No 9011 meets in Nailsea Masonic Hall on the first Friday in the month, the exceptions being Jan – July – Aug – Sept. Wraxall Lodge was consecrated in 1981, mainly as an alternative lodge to the many larger lodges already meeting at Nailsea to facilitate new members held on waiting lists for the already established lodges.
The lodge is made up mainly of self employed businessmen, with an age group from early thirties through to our eldest member of 97, (who still performs ritual), there is no common theme running through the lodge, like a Navel/Emergency Services Lodge for example, but what you will find in joining Wraxall is a great cross section of members of the community which allowed for interesting and diverse conversation especially at our festive boards, which are always a fun and lively affair. One of our selling points is that by being a lodge that meets on a Friday, it gives members the opportunity to plan their full weeks business, and the benefit of having the weekend to recover from the toils of the night, (and an extra glass of wine at the Festive Board)
Our Lodge Mentor provides support and advice to both the Proposing member and his Candidate, and of course we would be very much onboard to welcome any future prospective candidates. If you would like more information on joining Wraxall Lodge 9011 contact our lodge secretary on the link below.
Contact the Lodge Secretary: Steve Chapman
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