Who are we?
The Willington Lodge No 4028 (Consecrated 1920); our history of supporting the local communities over the many years we have been in Willington is second to none. Our values today are the same as they have always been, a group who believe in Integrity, Friendship, Respect and Charity. Whilst keeping the age-old traditions of the Lodge, we incorporate modern everyday requirements to enhance membership quality and a feeling of belonging. We encourage members to get involved with social events.
What we do
We meet once a month on the Monday prior to our Wednesday meeting. This is a General-Purpose meeting where the brethren discuss topics which impact on our Lodge. All master masons belonging to The Willington Lodge are welcome. The brethren pride themselves on the commitment they give to the Lodge and what masonry stands for. We also pride ourselves on the welcome we give to our visiting brethren. During the Covid 19 pandemic things ground to a virtual halt in masonry, but we are so glad to report that now we have overcome that terrible time, we are getting back to normal and opening the doors to our many friends again.
Why join us?
The Willington Lodge 4028 was consecrated in 1920 and has always had a strong membership, which we believe is because of our attitude to masonry and what it means to the individual member, and the support we give as a group of worthy men. We pride our approach to charitable giving and will always endeavour to support local functions when we can, as well as our participation into the PGLD charities, in which we received the gold award for the 2021 festival. We have recently achieved 100 years in masonry and now display our warrant with pride.
The Lodge is situated off the main High Street and there is parking in the vicinity to accommodate brethren and visitors.
The entrance is at the back of the High Street.
Wide door, level entrance, doorbell.
We have two staircases and either can be used to vacate the building in an emergency.
Many of our meeting places were built before disabilities were fully considered; many have protected status making major adaptations difficult.
Freemasons will adapt and assist Brethren, and visitors, to fully participate and enjoy the facilities.
Accessible toilets in entrance and upstairs if required.
No internal ramps. Dining tables are wheelchair accessible.
We have two stairways one we use in an emergency and one which is the main access to the lodge. Stair lift to temple. Stairs have handrail on one side.