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Humber Lodge 57


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Introduction


Humber Lodge 57 is a traditional Freemasons’ Lodge in the Province of Yorkshire North and East Ridings. Founded in 1810 before the United Grand Lodge of England was formed, its warrant can be traced back to 1775.


We strive to maintain the values and standards of Freemasonry: Integrity, Friendship, Charity and Respect.

We enjoy a diverse membership, young and old. Our team of experienced officers encourages younger members to take an active part in our ritual and ceremonies and to progress in Freemasonry.

We encourage all our members to attend the regular Lodge meetings if their situations allow and the Almoner is always aware of those who for reasons of ill health or other matters are unable to be with us.


There is also the Humber Chapter 57 for Masons who having taken their third degree are interested in progressing further.


The current joining fee is £75, the fee for Initiation £125 and the annual subscription (adjusted dependent on joining date) £160.

Meetings

We meet twelve times a year on the 2nd Tuesday of the month, at the Masonic Hall, Dagger Lane, Hull HU1 2LU. Meetings begin at 6.30pm except in December, when we start earlier.

The December meeting starts the Humber Lodge Masonic year with the Installation of a new Worshipful Master.

There is a formal but friendly festive board in the dining room after each meeting.

Dress Code

The dress code is dark suit, white shirt, black, Provincial or UGLE tie, black shoes, white gloves and regalia.

We also have an informal Lodge of Instruction which meets on the 3rd Monday of the month. Younger members are encouraged to attend these meetings to learn more about Freemasonry and to practise ritual in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

Social Activity

Social activity generally includes a Ladies Evening in October, a Christmas Dinner Social for family and friends and at least one other function where all are welcome.

Ideal Candidate


Our ideal Candidate will share our Masonic commitment to good citizenship and take an active part in Lodge activities. A belief in a Supreme Being is essential.

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Eddie Wildman

 July 2023