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Corinthian L5808

Corinthian 5808

Who are we?

Corinthian Lodge, No. 5808 is a Lodge that has been in existence for 83 years, consecrated in November 1939. We are an average sized Lodge, with 36 members, quality rather than quantity, with an age range from 28 years to 91 years. We are a Lodge that enjoys masonry and always try perform quality ceremonies. We have a regular following of visitors from other local Lodges and our members in turn support those Lodges. 

What we do

We enjoy our Masonry.  Whilst we encourage members to progress through the various Officer posts and take an active part in ceremonies there is absolutely no pressure to do so. If you just want to attend and enjoy the ceremonies and friendship that Masonry provides that is fine. All Lodges have some variations on their ways of doing things and Corinthian Lodge is no different. We always try to maintain the traditions of Masonry but we move with the times to enhance membership quality and try to give everyone feeling of belonging.

Why join us?

Our charitable giving and support for local charities is a paramount part of our Lodge. We look after and support new members so that they feel
‘at home’ with what are new surroundings and new ‘friends’.

When we meet

We meet eight (8) times a year on the fourth Tuesday of January, February, March, April, and May, a summer recess then September, October and November. Our Installation meeting is in January


Joining fee: £110.40

Lodge subscriptions: £105

Typical dining fee: Using a centralised catering system operated by the Hall Management allows us the keep the typical cost of a meal to £8.


facilities at Shildon Masonic Hall


Middleton Road, Shildon, Co. Durham, DL4 1NN.

Hall information

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There is ample room for parking in the Masonic Hall car park. 


Long steady ramp to side entrance from the car park to level access to ground floor. 


There is a newly created ramp into the building, which is a disabled access with widened doors and ground floor facilities.


There are a number of exits should any emergency arise. The Hall also has a defibrillator should that be required.


The Masonic Hall is easy to access for able and those who are disabled.


There are adequate toilet facilities, male and female, including disabled downstairs. There are also toilet facilities upstairs.


No internal ramps. Hearing loop in temple. Dining tables are wheelchair accessible.


Two stair cases available to temple on first floor. The rear stair case has stair lift, and then ramp into temple.

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