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FOREST OAK LODGE No.5240

Provincial Grand Lodge of Freemasons of Sussex
 
Consecrated
on Friday 16th day of January 1931.

Forest Oak Lodge meets on Wednesday evenings at
The Masonic Hall, Ifield Green, Ifield, Crawley. 
West Sussex RH11 0NF.
(Sorry no land line phone at the Hall.)

 Regular meetings the 3rd Wednesday of October (Inst.), November, 
January, February, March & April.

 Lodges of instruction every  Wednesday at 19.30 hrs.
October to May and then fort
nightly thereafter.
No meetings in August
.

 

 

Pending Charter mark
approval from UGLE

ABOUT US.

As Masons we are both socially and civically minded, enjoying each other's company, and endeavour to help local Charities & non Masonic members of the local community which in turn we hope makes us better persons in life and gives us a stronger fraternity.

You may not be aware that Freemasonry is second only to the National Lottery in providing funding and contributing to worthy causes.

Our objective as a Lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons is to admit good men to our membership. Over the early years we had a large membership but like all organisations, numbers have declined, never the less we have managed to retain our heritage and traditions which have been passed down through the generations of the last 80 years.

We are always looking for suitable candidates.

If you care to join Forest Oak Lodge our heritage and traditions can be retained for future generations with a little help and encouragement from the existing members.

To become a member of our fraternity you need to be male, and over the age of 21 years and of good character. If you are already in our fraternity and wish to join Forest Oak Lodge, you will be most welcome.

Interested in getting more information about Masonry please see our contacts page.

 

Province     www.sussxmasons.org.uk                                                                                          U.G.L.E.     www.ugle.org.uk

 

Last update 18th December 2012