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Yeomanry Hall, Hunter Street, Buckingham, MK18 1EG.


The Temple Building

The building was formally the Officers Mess Quarters for the Royal Buckinghamshire Yeomanry and is the red brick building in the above photograph. The Temple has an outstanding display of swords on its walls and is considered one of the finest Masonic Temples in Buckinghamshire.

New Carpet (3)

Entrance to the Temple is accessed through the black double doors and porch way to the Westside of the building. There is plenty of parking behind the Temple and is accessed via the entrance 20 yards beyond on the left.

Alternative spaces are available opposite the Temple in the university car park.


Other contact points

1. United Grand Lodge of England.

Freemasons Lodges in England are overseen by the United Grand Lodge of England. Their website contains information on the principles, history, lodges and services of the United Grand Lodge of England


2. Province of Buckinghamshire

English Lodges are divided into groups or provinces (as a general rule equates to the county it is situated in) Grenville Lodge comes under the Province of Buckinghamshire, and the Province has it’s own website. Here you will find more information about Freemasonry in Buckinghamshire and its objectives and values:


3. Universities Scheme

Grenville is proud to be a member of the UGLE University Scheme. Further information can be found at: