Provincial Grand Lodge Of Gloucestershire

Hambrook Lodge

No: 8909

Who are we?

Hambrook Lodge meets at Park Road, Stapleton, which is in the Province of Gloucestershire. It was formed in 1979; primarily by existing Freemasons who were members of Hambrook Cricket Club and no strangers to the four local pubs which then existed in the hamlet; [White Horse, Black Horse, Crown and Star]. Indeed, our banner has representations of those pubs, captured in the shape of a cricket ball.

What we do

Whilst our ceremony is formal, the supper [Festive Board] which follows, is a lively event, with an emphasis on fun. This is usually ‘themed’: January celebrating Robbie Burns, February St David’s Day, March St Patrick’s Day, April St George’s Day, September the Battle of Britain, and October the Battle of Trafalgar. November is the installation of a new Master. Social events involve family and friends, and often provide an opportunity for potential members to decide if they would like to join us.

Why join us?

Our ‘Ideal Candidate’ should have a sense of humour and know how to enjoy life. A good man will find his association with Freemasonry will inevitably make him a better man. Similarly, the lodge will often identify and expand on a hidden talent. We welcome new members at any adult age who can commit to a regular attendance at lodge meetings and wish to contribute to the life and work of the lodge itself. To join Hambrook Lodge, you only need to ask.
Hambrook Lodge Banner
Hambrook Lodge Banner

When we meet

4th Tuesday in September, November, February, April, and the 3rd Tuesday in October, January, and March.

Lodge Info



Number Of Meetings:

7 per year

Membership Fee:


Dining Fee:


Contact Us

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Where We Meet

Stapleton Freemasons’ Hall

140 Park Road Stapleton BS16 1DT