AN AUTUMN OF SOCIAL EVENTS
In November St Mary’s Lodge will be hosting a Quiz Night. Members of all lodges at Wicklow together with friends and families, will be very welcome at these social events.
Regular Masonic meetings will commence again in September and continue through until May next year.
THE FRAMLAND HUNDRED LODGE – No. 9453
Welcome to The Framland Hundred Lodge which was Consecrated on 27th May 1992. The ceremony took place at Freemasons' Hall, London Road, Leicester, in the Oliver Lodge Room. There were 35 Founders present of whom 20 were appointed officers of the Lodge.
MEETINGS - The Lodge meets 5 times a year on the Third Monday of February, April, September, November, December (Installation).
MEMBERS - At the end of April 2017 The Lodge will have 35 members.
25th YEAR CELEBRATION - On the 18th April 2017 at it's 107th Regular meeting the Lodge will be celebrating its 25th Anniversary with a special Festive Board and the presentaion of a small booklet outling the creation of the Lodge from 24th January 1991 to 27th May 1992.
A very warm welcome from W.Bro Paul Rees - Lodge Secretary
Freemasonry is one of the world's oldest fraternal and charitable organisations. Its values are based on integrity, kindness, honesty and fairness.
Membership is open to males of at least 21 years old and there are special arrangements for University students, who can join from 18 years and above.
If you live, work, or study in the Leicestershire and Rutland area you are welcome to join a lodge in any of the eleven towns in the area. There are also lodges in many of the towns and cities throughout the UK. You do not have to be invited to join and details of membership can be found on the Freemasonary Provincial area websites.
FREEMASONRY LODGES IN MELTON MOWBRAY
There are three Freemasonry Craft Lodges in Melton Mowbray, the oldest of which was formed in 1866, and the youngest is The Framland Hundred Lodge which was formed in 1992 by a number of members from the other two Lodges. The Lodge takes its name from The Framland which was a Hundred in the North-East Leicestershire, which roughly corresponded to today's Borough of Melton. The name Framland was recorded in the Domesday Book as one of Leicestershire's four Wapentakes and remains in use today as a Deanery of the Diocese of Leicester in the Church of England which includes St. Mary's Church in Melton Mowbray.
Freemasonary is one of the major contributors to many local and UK charities with all monies being generated by Lodge members as there is no public fund raising. There have been many overseas charities which have also benefited over the years, particularly in times of major disasters. Alongside the four major Masonic charities, the Lodges which meet in Melton Mowbray have contributed to a number of local charities in and around the district.
If you would like more information about Freemasonry in Leicestershire you can contact the Leicestershire and Rutland Freemasons Province in Leicesterline Email: email@example.com Website: www.pglleics.org.uk
FRAMLAND HUNDRED CONTACTS
The Framland Hundred Lodge can be contacted by via our Contact page
MASONIC MEETING PLACES IN MELTON MOWBRAY
DOWNLOAD BOOKLET HERE - MASONIC PLACES IN MELTON MOWBRAY - 1866-2017