Welcome to the web site that represents all Chichester Freemasons together with the many Masonic Lodges and Orders that meet at the centre here; we hope you’ll find it interesting.
 If this is new to you, there’s an introduction to freemasonry. If you’re already a freemason, you can find out about the Lodges and other Orders that meet here. If you want to hear about our support for charity or find out what’s been happening in Chichester that’s here too.
The Masonic Centre in South Pallant is home to many other organisations not just Masonic ones, such as the Jazz club, and is an ideal venue for all sorts of events, click here if you’d like to find out more about the Pallant Suite which is the part of the centre used for functions.
About Masonry

Find our more about Freemasonry and why people become masons here, if you’re interested in joining we’d be pleased to have a chat Read More

Masonry In Chichester

Over 20 lodges and orders meet in Chichester, find out about them and the masonic centre which is our home. Read more

Supporting Charity

Helping others in need is fundamental to Freemasonry, find out about the many charitable works we undertake and the Charities we support here. Read More

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 In case you hadn’t noticed, there’s a great deal of masonic activity in Chichester, here are some of the things that are going on:

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Most of these activities are based at the Chichester Masonic Centre which is in the heart of the Georgian quarter of the city,  here’s how to get in touch or find us:

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Our Address:

7, South Pallant

Chichester

PO19 1SY

Parking

There is parking nearby in the council car park at the southern end of South Pallent, this is free after 6pm.

If this is full there are plenty of other car parks such as the Multi Story, on the Avenue De Chartres.

Contact Us

The best way to contact us is by email to:

info@chichesterfreemasons.org

If it’s more urgent, you can phone us on :01243 779975

Social Media

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