Who are we?
Liddell lodge No 3616 (consecrated on 14th September 1912) over these many years has a rich history of assisting the local communities with all manner of different aspects, (i.e. charities, Scouts, Play Groups, etc, etc). The Lodge still tries to maintain the age-old traditions within freemasonry, but on the same token progressing into everyday modern requirements, so that we may encourage new members, that they can enjoy themselves with the feeling of friendship, comradery and being involved.
What we do
Liddell Lodge being a group of masons ranging from young and old, with a common objective of forward thinking, to try and enhance the well being of each other (brethren) and understand. To encourage the young members to ask questions, explain what is happening during the evenings events.
Why join us?
Liddell Lodge is the oldest within the Masonic building, having wealth of history, a cross section of hard-working members from all different trades, whose aim is to help one another enjoy life and support the local charities.
When we meet
4th Thursday in the months, January, February, March, April, May, September, October (Installation) November, December.
Joining fee: £100
Lodge subscriptions: £145
Typical dining fee: £10
Ample tarmacked parking on site with secure metal fencing around the perimeter and CCTV cover the full carpark area. Accessible parking space adjacent to the hall.
Level access covering the full car park area, wheel chair access through double doors off the car park.
Main entrance having two large flat areas of low-level steps. Vestibule foyer having a Maglock / doorbell for security.
In the case of Emergency the lift MUST NOT be used, exit from upper floor is by steps (stair case) Evac-chair located in upper foyer. Evacuation routes / plans for emergency exit are in all rooms adjacent to the doors. Each unit within the building has been issued with an evacuation procedure from the Hall Company. A defibrillator is located on the ground floor foyer.
Accessible toilets, Wheel Chair accessible to both WC (ladies & Gents) on ground and upper floors.
We welcome everyone, and as Freemasons will always be ready when required to help all Brethren and visitors to participate and enjoy our meetings and facilities
The building has been fully adapted for all brethren that have a disability (wheel chair access throughout)
Ground floor and upper floor no internal ramps. Wheel chair accessible throughout, Hearing loop in Meeting room. Comfort / seating areas throughout the building
Stair case to upper floor have handrails on both sides. Lift to upper floor can accommodate wheel chair and one person. Small lift to access the meeting room.