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Bowen 2816 Beaconsfield


Welcome to the Bowen Freemason’s Lodge No. 2816

Bowen Lodge 2816 was consecrated on the 7th July 1900 at the Town Hall in Chesham by Lord Addington, the then Provincial Grand Master of Buckinghamshire following authorisation from the United Grand Lodge of England.

Bowen Lodge places a great significance on the quality of the ritual that we practice ensuring that none of the meaning of the order is lost. We are a dynamic and progressive Lodge with a good cross section of Members of all ages and backgrounds.

Bowen Lodge practices a documented variation to M M Taylors Ritual. Taylors is renowned as being highly disciplined and precise.

We have 5 regular meetings, for which attendance is expected, these being scheduled on the third Thursday in the months of October, November, January, February and March from 5pm.

Additionally, we have regular much less formal and sociable "Lodge of Instruction" evenings on Monday at 7:45pm during which we advance our understanding of Freemasonry.  These occur from September through to July.

In 1930 the Lodge was awarded the Hall Stone Jewel in recognition of the donations made by the Lodge towards the costs of Freemason’s Hall in London. We continue to be active in raising money for charity and engaging in charitable activities

All our meetings take place at:  

Beaconsfield Masonic Centre

Old School House
Windsor End              
Buckinghamshire HP9 2JW

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