Tees L509

Who are we?

Tees lodge is a friendly Lodge with Masons of all ages, we try not to take things too seriously and have fun whilst always doing our best with the ceremony.

What we do

Tees Lodge is the oldest Lodge in Stockton on Tees being founded way back in 1845.

We have a long and distinguished history with members coming from many backgrounds and livelihoods both then and to the present day. The Lodge has members from all walks of life and new members can be assured of meeting different people and making in many cases long lasting lifetime friendships.

We have a long tradition of supporting local charities, holding enjoyable social events for members and families. We are also proud to support our members and their families in time of need. Our Lodge meetings and ceremonies are true to Masonic tradition and although carried out with dues respect are mixed with occasional humour as is fitting to the Lodge character. After each meeting we have a meal where we enjoy each other’s company and our visitors. We enjoy singing our Masonic Songs during this time and observe the usual Masonic Toasts. New members are welcomed with open arms from all walks of life and different faiths.

Why not enquire to see if Tees Lodge – the oldest Lodge in Stockton is the Lodge for you?  

Why join us?

Join us to have a warm welcome and a great night out with the best Lodge in Stockton.

When we meet

1st Thursday of the month (except June, July, and August), (December is Installation meeting).

Fees

Joining fee: £50.00 for new candidates.

Lodge subscriptions: £159.00

Typical dining fee: £12.50

Contact

facilities at Stockton Masonic Hall

Address

Wellington Street, Stockton-on-Tees, TS18 1RD

Hall information

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Parking: 

There is a large car park and on street parking plus use of a school car park adjacent to the building.

Approach: 

From the car park there is a large entrance with a roller shutter door. This doubles as an entrance for people with disabilities. Carry on past this and turn left into Wellington Street, there is a front door with two steps up. A door bell is also placed here with intercom communication.

Entrance: 

Blue Door on Wellington street (keep ringing the buzzer – someone will eventually let you in).

Emergency: 

Emergency exits are well sign posted.

Accessibility:

Only obstacle is 3 small steps into the temple. 

Toilets: 

Just inside the roller shutter entrance is a large reception area. This includes Ladies, Gents and Disabled toilets. There is a further Gent’s toilet just off the main reception area near the staircase and lift.

Inside: 

The temple is large well decorated and has a permanent chequered pavement. Some of the furniture dates back to the eighteenth century.

Recent repairs and improvement to the various roofs have made the building warm and welcoming. There are ladies, gents and disabled toilets in the Wellington Suite and a separate gent’s toilet off the main entrance hall.

The bar area and Cooper Room are well decorated and comfortable. The Cooper Room is used for smaller Festive Boards, events and meetings. The main dining hall is a grand room capable of seating over one hundred comfortably. Doors lead directly into the well equipped 5 star rated kitchen.

Stairs/Lifts: 

There is a large grand staircase from the main reception area. A lift is situated just off the main reception area.

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