White Eagle Lodge No: 4384

Freemason Hall, 60 Great Queen Street, London
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We should not let today pass without thinking of one of our most important Freemason and Statesman ever.....pass to the Grand Lodge Above, today, 1965.#winstonchurchall

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Master - W. Bro. Christopher Fussel

The White Eagle Lodge No 4384 meet 4 times a year at the Freemason Hall, Great Queen St. London.  

We are a very friendly Lodge with around 30 members from all walks of life and although we take our work seriously we do have fun at the same time. 

Our Lodge Meetings:
  • 1st Monday in February (Installation)
  • 4th Monday in March
  • 2nd Monday in October
  • 2nd Monday in December

Lodge of Instruction
It is the desire of all Past Masters of the Lodge that if you hold any office, or are the candidate at the following meeting, that you attend the Lodge of Instruction.

This is to enable you to duly contribute to the well being and running of the Lodge.

Our Preceptor
W. Bro Peter Alexander will give all attendees warm and courteous welcome.

Held on Thursday Evenings - 7.30pm prompt at Freemasons Hall, Great Queen Street, London, WC2B 5DA.


Lodge meetings are typically held in two parts.  The first involves more administrative procedures, such as proposing and balloting for new members and receiving news about charitable fundraising.  The second part focuses on ceremonies, which might relate to areas such as the admittance of new members or the installation of the Master of the Lodge and his officers – a process made up of three degrees, or stages, each one marked by a special ceremony.  True to the sense of friendship and togetherness among Freemasons, meetings are also social events, providing an occasion for members to dine together.  Outside of the Lodge, activities include community fundraising and volunteering activities, as well as a varied programme of events where spouses, partners and families are welcome.


If you are interested in becoming a Freemason, then please get in touch.

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