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A MESSAGE OF WELCOME FROM THE WORSHIPFUL MASTER,
W. Bro. J. David Taylor
Thank you for visiting our Lodge website. Please stay a while to browse through the various links shown above my message.
There you will find a mine of information about, not only our Lodge, but also freemasonry and its charities.
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All freemasons, being members of recognised Craft Lodges at home and abroad, are most welcome to come along as visitors to our historic Lodge.
You have the choice of dining with us or just attending our meetings.
Our Lodge meets 12 times a year, on the last Wednesday of each month.
Our next installation is the 27th of January 2016.
Please contact our Lodge Secretary for information if you wish to attend our Lodge meetings.
If you are interested in becoming a Freemason please click here to contact our Lodge Secretary for more information.
Philanthropic Lodge is one of the oldest lodges in the UK.
It was founded on the 25th of August 1794 as No. 542,
the number changed to No. 568 in 1814, again in 1832 to No. 384,
and finally to its present No. 304 in 1863.
Philanthropic Lodge celebrated its Centenary on the 25th of August 1894,
and its Bicentenary on the 20th of August 1994.
Freemasonary in Leeds
Philanthropic Lodge is located in Alwoodley, Leeds, Yorkshire which is under
the Masonic Province of Yorkshire, West Riding.
The Province consists of over 200 Lodges and 80 Chapters with in excess
of 7,000 members who meet in Masonic Centres throughout the Province.
One of 47 provinces of the United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE)
which is the governing body of Freemasonry in England,
Wales and the Channel Islands.