Welcome to Sudeley Castle Lodge No.8976, in the Province of Gloucestershire, of the United Grand Lodge of England
Worshipful Master W. Bro. Ryan T. Dyer
We originally met in Sudeley Castle in Winchcombe, but are now based at the Masonic Hall, Stow on the Wold, Gloucestershire
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Our Latest News
Lodge Visit to Chipping Campden
The Worshipful Master and brethren at Chipping Campden Lodge on 27th January 2020 11 brethren from the Lodge, including our organist, W.Bro. Mike Sanger-Davies enjoyed an excellent evening . [...]
December meeting with family and friends at the Festive Board
It is our tradition that we invite our wives, partners and friends to our December Festive Board . This year we enjoyed a record attendance with 55 present. W.Bro. Peter King celebrated having three of his sons and their partners there, one o [...]
Sudeley Castle Lodge
Sudeley Castle Lodge No 8976 was Consecrated at Tewkesbury on 14th March 1981 and held its first meeting at the Castle in Winchcombe on 13th April with a capacity attendance of 19 Officers, 13 Members and 23 Visitors. We now meet at The Masonic Hall, Church Street, Stow On The Wold, GL54 1BB Read More...
Sudeley Castle Lodge is one of 81 Lodges in the Province Of Gloucestershire, and is part of The United Grand Lodge Of England. There are 17 Masonic Centres in the Province of Gloucestershire with one or more Lodges meeting at each of them.
Freemasonry is second only to the National Lottery in its charitable donations, being concerned with the care of children, the ill and the elderly, from its earliest days. Over 50% of the funds raised by Masons are given to non-Masonic national and local charities