Recently our Charity Steward Bro. Eugene Marrion awarded a Tercentenary gift of £300 to make their Christmas a little bit special to One to One N.W.S. as part an idea of the Pro Provincial Grand Master to give a local charity a boost for Christmas this Tercentenary year.
This will be the lodge’s annual Installation and is sure to be an impressive and entertaining ceremony. Undoubtedly followed by the fun and fellowship that is now such a hallmark of Stanwell Lodge.
Welcome to Stanwell Lodge. We are a Freemason’s lodge who meet four times a year in Staines. Our meeting dates are the first Friday in October and the second Friday of December, first Friday in February and second Friday in May.
The lodge hopes that this site will extend communication with members and non-members alike. Anyone who takes the opportunity to read through this site and the links to other sites provided will find an insight into freemasonry in general and the Stanwell Lodge in particular. The lodge can also be found on Twitter @StainesMasons .
Gentlemen interested in joining should feel free to get in touch the lodge via the contact page. We are always glad to receive visitors from other lodges in jurisdictions acknowledged by the United Grand Lodge of England. Freemasonry values visitors from other lodges and the Stanwell Lodge offers excellent, convivial hospitality.
The lodge is also a proud member of Provincial Grand Lodge of Middlesex: find out more at http://www.pglm.org.uk . The lodge takes great pleasure in contributing to fund-raising for local, national and international causes.
The Worshipful Master Simon Hills chaired an important meeting to consider the future of Stanwell Lodge and contemplate its past. We considered the friendship and values that had carried the lodge through over half a century; we remembered the high points and recollected the difficult times. We recognise that our camaraderie and spirit are strong: we promised to make sure this is a lodge that will one day celebrate a hundred years of fellowship and engagement in our community.
We came. We saw. We conquered. A fantastic evening was had by all: members and visitors alike. Our ceremony was smart; our dinner was splendid. We laughed, we talked, we toasted and we sang well into the evening. Our two new members were gratefully received into the lodge and expressed their pleasure at joining with formidable gusto.
We were delighted to welcome a new candidate into the lodge and celebrate our Christmas meeting in style with a bumper turn out featuring in excess of twenty guests, including regular visitors, first time visitors and two who expressed an interest in becoming joining members of the lodge. It was a magnificent festive affair.