Consecrated on the 10th July 1863.
Meeting at the Freemasons’ Hall in Stow-on-the-Wold.
What we do
So named The Prince of Wales Lodge after Edward, Prince of Wales (b. 1841, d.1910), later King Edward VII (1901- 1910). He was the eldest son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, and was the Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge of England from 1874 to 1901. The Lodge also meets socially; the two main social events being a Christmas Meal arranged for an evening in December where we invite all our family and friends. We also hold a Ladies Festival in spring / early summer; this being organised for all the Ladies of the Lodge. Other social and informal gatherings are arranged by the Committee or the Lodge membership. Friends, family and others who are not Freemasons are especially welcome at our social events.
Why join us?
We are a progressive and growing Lodge that has a good reputation for some of the best ceremonial and ritual in the Province. This makes it an ideal first choice to start Freemasonry.