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Tower L7292

Who are we?

Tower Lodge was consecrated in 1953 and has a history of fund raising to help individuals and community groups. We believe in and practice friendship, respect and charity, three of the most important beliefs of Freemasonry.

What we do

We meet nine times a year and practice the ancient arts which have been the mainstay of Freemasonry. We have a meal after each meeting where members can socialize and help raise funds, which are donated to local and national charities.

Why join us?

Our members believe that we can offer a great life experience to any man who comes with an open mind. We have a wide cross section of members working in all types of employment and we all enjoy each other’s company. Age is no barrier to membership, we welcome everyone and have a good few senior citizens, so don’t be put off by age, you will be welcome you only have to ask.

When we meet

3rd Tuesday March-December. Installation October.


Joining fee: £65

Lodge subscriptions: £155

Typical dining fee: £12


facilities at Stanley Masonic Hall


Scott Street, Stanley, Co. Durham, DH9 8AD.

Hall information

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Very large free car park.


Easy level access from the car park, (people can be dropped off at the door) only a very low kerb.


Wide door wheelchair easy access.


Emergency exits are available in each area of the ground floor and from the first floor via the main staircase


Our building is a purpose-built Masonic Hall and over the years has made several modifications to the structure of the building to meet the demands and requirements of everyone regardless of their abilities.


Accessible ladies and gents’ toilets and a dedicated disabled toilet.


No ramps or steps downstairs.


Wide stairs with handrail, chair lift to temple.

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