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The Stow Lodge No.216
The Stow Lodge is a "Country Lodge" meaning that - in general - meetings are on a smaller scale than those which might be expected in the Larger Towns and Cities. A visiting Brother Mason is guaranteed a warm and personal welcome from those who attend.

The Glasgow Star Lodge No.219
Welcome to the Glasgow Star Lodge website. We meet on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month at 7.30pm at 101 Clifford Street, Glasgow, G51 1DP. In August 2007 we celebrated the 200th Anniversary of the lodge and special events were organised. On Friday 10th August we attended a Civic Meal at Glasgows City Chambers. On Saturday 18th August the Grand Lodge of Scotland visited the lodge to perform the bi-centennial ceremony to celebrate our 200th year. 

The Portobello Lodge No.226
Portobello is known as Edinburgh's seaside resort. But back when the lodge was founded in 1808 it was the throes of becoming a thriving village in which the main industry was glass blowing. A number of freemasons were commuting from their homes in Portobello to their lodges in Edinburgh, but were finding the Stage Coach fair of one shilling, each way, a severe financial burden.

Lodge St. Andrew No.228 Insch
This is the website of Lodge 228 a small lodge in the village of Insch. The site contains information about the Lodge, its office bearers and brothers. There is an interactive tour and lots mor information.

Lodge Wilsontown Ironworks St. John No.236
Scottish Masonic Lodge Website based in South Lanarkshire

Lodge Craigellachie No.241
Official Website of Moray and Nairn Province.

Lodge Houstoun St.Johnstone No.242
Lodge Houstoun st Johnstone has now been meeting in the Masonic Hall in Collier Street, Johnstone since 1912, from which time the "lodge" has proved to be a popular centre for Fellowship for hundreds of Johnstone townsmen. The lodge meets on a regular basis, on the Second and Fourth Thursdays of the month between the months of September to May Inclusive. 

Lodge Union Stonehouse No.244
We would take this opportunity to extend a warm fraternal greeting to friends old and new. Our website is a great way for us to let members of Lodge Union and Visitors alike keep track of events, past and forthcoming in our Lodge. 
We hope that you will be able to visit us as often as possible in the coming months where I can assure you will receive a warm welcome and excellent hospitality. 

The Lodge of St Nathalan of Tullich-in-Mar No.259
The Lodge of St Nathalan of Tullich-in-Mar is number 259 on the roll of the Grand Lodge of Scotland, and works under the auspices of the Provincial Grand Lodge of Aberdeenshire West. It received its Charter in 1815, one of only two Lodges chartered in that year, the other being Lodge Lockerbie Quhytewoollen No.258 in Lockerbie, Province of Dumfriesshire. 

Lodge Galashiels No.262
We meet at The Masonic Temple, 8 Galapark, Galashiels, Selkirkshire, TD1 1EU. Our Masonic calendar runs from September through April, with meetings being held on the second Monday in the month. Tile is at 7.30pm prompt. Our annual installation is held in the Volunteer Hall in Galashiels, on the fourth Saturday in March. We would be delighted to welcome you into the lodge, and pride ourselves on our hospitality and harmony. 

Lodge St Kessac No.269 Comrie
Masonic site with , info , history , guestbook etc.

Lodge Charleston Of Aboyne No. 281
New Entry - A Freemasons Lodge meeting in Aboyne, Aberdeenshire on the 2nd Wednesday from September to April

The Celtic Lodge of Edinburgh and Leith No.291

Lodge Woodhall St. John's No.305
Lanarkshire Middle Ward Scottish Masonic Lodge. Founded in 1823 meets in Bellshill on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday September to May. Visitors welcome.

Union & Crown No.307
Now the oldest organisation in the town, the light of Masonry first shone in Barrhead in 1824. About this time, Barrhead was a mere collection of four different hamlets, Ralston, Dovecothall, Grahamston and West Arthurlie, names which are still known and recognised to this present day.

Lodge Bannockburn Bruce and Thistle No.312
Welcome to the website of Lodge Bannockburn Bruce & Thistle No.312. Please feel free to browse through our pages to gain a greater understanding of our Lodge in particular or Freemasonry in general. If you would like more information or have any questions about our Lodge or this web site, please do not hesitate to contact us by leaving a message in our Guest Book or via the e-mail link. 

Lodge Royal Arch West Kilbride No.314
West Kilbride Royal Arch Lodge No.314 was consecrated on the 2nd day of May in the year 1825. The R.W.M. on this auspicious occasion was Bro. Dundas Smith.  
The initial entry in the first Minute Book is as follows: 
Beloved, let us love one another, for love is of God and everyone that loveth is born of God and knowith God. 

Lodge Camperdown No.317
Forfarshire Masonic Lodge Website. The 6th February 1826 saw the beginning of a new Lodge in Dundee. Namely Lodge Camperdown. It is not known where meetings were held during the early years of the Lodge's existence but according to our first minute books premises were acquired on 1st January 1829 at 22 Barrack Street, Dundee.

Lodge Fingal No.318
The Charter for Lodge Fingal 318 was granted on the 6th of February 1826, by Lord Viscount Glenorchy the Most Worshipful Grand Master Mason for Scotland. The location of the Lodge is within the Town of Dingwall, Ross-shire, approximately 20 miles north of Inverness.

Lodge Bonhill and Alexandria No.321
We are pleased that you have chosen to visit our website. The Lodge meets in Alexandria and is in the Province of Dunbartonshire. Chartered by the Grand Lodge of Scotland 3rd February 1826.


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