What’s Going On In Chichester?

Freemasonry is very much alive in Chichester, there’s a great deal happening, not only associated with Lodges themselves but also with other facets of masonic life.

Much of the activity of Freemasonry concerns regular lodge meetings and the Lodges of Instruction which meet to prepare for these meetings but outside this routine there are many other pursuits associated with charity, the masonic centre and further afield.

Naturally charitable activities take a leading role but so do pursuits outside masonry as well as participation in the wider masonic world. The Chichester Masonic Centre not only provides a home for masonic institutions but also a wide range of other organisations ranging from the Jazz Club to the Chichester History Society.

 

Here are some recent events, you can follow them using Twitter:

A New Lodge for Chichester

Artemis Lodge No 9964 has now been consecrated and will be meeting regularly at the Chichester Masonic Hall on the second Tuesday in February, April, September and October. It is a shooting sports themed lodge so will be quite different and well worth a visit! […]

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Chichester University and Lodge of Union.

Lodge of Union No 38 has made it’s debut as a University Lodge with the initiation of two undergraduates from Chichester University in December. Sir David Wooton, the Assistant Grand Master came to the  ceremony accompanied by Chris Moore, the Provincial Grand Master.   […]

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LODGE OF UNION DONATES £5,000 TO THE SUSSEX SNOWDROP TRUST

The Lodge of Union 38, a Freemasons Lodge meeting in Chichester have donated £5,000 to the Sussex Snowdrop Trust as a contribution towards their wonderful charity providing care at home for children with life threatening or terminal illnesses and support for their families. The Trust cover the coastal area from Havant to Littlehampton, north to […]

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Trafalgar Night

  Friday 28th October saw Owers Light Lodge once again hold their Trafalgar Night. This was the 12th year the ‘crew’ had dressed up to entertain the visitors who this year saw the Owers Light interpretation of HMS Pinafore. 84 people were able to join in, particularly with the shanties after the small playlet […]

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Sussex Province Visits Chichester

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£1000 Donation To Local Charity

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