One of the North Cotswold Hilltop Lodges

Meeting at Stow on the Wold

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Sudeley Castle and Prince of Wales brethren at the Stow on the Wold Remembrance Day Service.

Brethren joined some of Prince of Wales Lodge brethren for a joint contingent at the annual Stow on the Wold Remembrance Day parade and service.  Coffee and cakes were served in the Masonic Hall afterwards. [...]

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Lodge donates training aids to Super Striker football coach.

The Lodge has donated cash for the purchase of training aids to Super Striker football coach who trains young players in the Winchcombe and Chipping Campden area.  W.Bro. Rob O’Donoghue is seen here presenting the kit. [...]

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Bi-Annual Visit to Chipping Campden Lodge No.5452 on 23 Oct 23

The visitors were treated to an excellent lecture by the Provincial Grand Orator on whether Lord Nelson was a Freemason which included rich detail on his service and the battle of Trafalgar. [...]

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At our first meeting of the season on the 18th September, a party of visitors from St. John's Lodge No.761 arrived to claim the Travelling Gavel that we had held since April.   The Meeting was also highlighted by an excellent presentation on Freemasonry by our Worshipful Master. [...]

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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 83 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


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