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Tyne Dock L4218

Who are we?

Tyne Dock Lodge (Consecrated in May 1921) has a deserved reputation for first-class ceremonies and excellence in its Ritual, combining this with a friendly approach which seeks to encourage all members get the maximum enjoyment out of their Membership.

What we do

Tyne Dock Lodge cherishes and respects the traditions and practices handed down for over 100 years, but also embraces modern technology by holding weekly Zoom Meetings to facilitate and encourage the involvement of its members. The Lodge produces a regular Newsletter which keeps members up to date with all aspects of the Lodge. Our Social Events (Ladies Night and Burns Night) are very popular and enable the introduction of friends into our welcoming environment. Our extensive charitable work is evidenced by the Lodge’s name on the Foundation Stone of the Marie Curie Hospice in Newcastle upon Tyne.

Why join us?

Our membership spans newly Initiated brethren in their twenties, setting out on their Masonic adventure, up to nonagenarians who have rich experiences to draw upon for the benefit of the new members. Whatever your age, you will be warmly welcomed into the Lodge, and be encouraged to participate as much as you wish to hopefully increase your Masonic knowledge and proficiency.

When we meet

1st Thursday, September to June, Installation Meeting in March.

Fees

Joining fee: £100 / Zero for Brethren joining from other Lodges.

Lodge subscriptions: £115

Typical dining fee: £10

Contact

facilities at South Shields Masonic Hall

Address

Freemasons Hall, Ingham Street, South Shields, NE33 2DQ.

Hall information

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Parking: 

The Morrisons Car Park is available for free use after 1735 hours.

Approach: 

On foot from Mile End Road or Ocean Road, or via the Morrisons Car Park.

Entrance: 

At the north of the building. Double step to door then level. Security doors inside with buzzer to request remote opening. Key Fobs available for members.

Emergency: 

The Hall Management Committee maintains all emergency procedures for the Hall.

Accessibility:

Two steps into the main entrance then both upper and lower floors are level. There is a lift within the bar area providing access to the facilities upstairs.

Toilets: 

To the right of the main entrance and also in the west robing room.

Inside: 

Level floors both downstairs and upstairs. Bar/Dining downstairs, Robing Rooms and Chapter Room upstairs.

Stairs/Lifts: 

There are wide stairs in the main hallway and a lift in the bar.

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