Resumption of St Cuthbert’s Lodge meetings.
Following on from the easing of the Government and Provincial Covid guidelines, our next Lodge meeting will be held on Thursday 24th June. 7.00 pm, with rehearsals on Tuesday 10th and 17th June @ 7.00 pm.
Covid restrictions are still in place, however, we are now able to have a Festive Board after the meeting on the 24th. Face masks should still be worn in the Lodge and you must complete the Track & Trace details as well as scan the NHS QR code on entry to the lodge. Unfortunately, places are still restricted to 26 members
Brethren entering the lodge must complete the track and trace details in the bar area and scan the NHS QR code on entering the building. A face mask must be worn at all times and Brethren should maintain the 2mtr rule within the building.
St Cuthbert’s 630 Lodge is located in the Historic Market Town of Howden, East Yorkshire. The Lodge of St Cuthbert’s was formed in 1854 and is home to Howden Freemasons. We are normal men from all walks of life aged 21 years and upwards. The members of the Lodge meet once a month, historically on the Thursday on or before full moon, thus we are known as a Lunar Lodge.
The home of Howden Freemasons plays host to other Masonic Orders (see About us – Temple). To some, Freemasonry is not just one organisation, but can be thought of as a gateway to many other Orders which few realise exist. The word ‘Lodge’ or ‘Lodges’ does not refer to the building Freemasons meet in, but rather is a descriptive word for the group of men who meet there. The ‘Temple’ is the room were the business of the Freemason is conducted and after the work is done we retire for refreshments in the dining room or hall. Much of our work is charitable and involves helping the local community and further afield. Whether you are a Freemason or not and would like to know more please contact us using the email address on the ‘contact us’ page. We will be pleased to hear from you.
W. Bro. Brian Gould, Worshipful Master St.Cuthberts Lodge 630