About

Grenville Lodge No. 1787 is a Masonic lodge (Consecrated on 29 January 1880) and a Hall Stone Lodge

Grenville Lodge is also a:

  • Patron Lodge of the Royal Masonic Institution for Girls
  • Patron Lodge of the Royal Masonic Institution for Boys
  • Patron Lodge of the Royal Masonic Benevolent Institute
  • Patron Lodge of the New Masonic Samaritan Fund
  • Grand Patron Lodge of the Buckinghamshire Masonic Benevolent Fund
  • Grand Patron Lodge of the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys
  • Member of the United Grand Lodge of England Universities Scheme

It is located in the Buckingham University complex in Yeomanry Hall and MB1 and meets eight times a year on the Second Wednesday evening in the months of October to May.

What is Freemasonry?

An established charitable institution based on ancient traditions, Freemasonry embraces ritual which encourages strong moral values, the benevolent activities of which benefit members and local, national and international communities.

Interested in joining?

Should you be considering whether you would like to become a member, the first and most important step is to satisfy yourself that Freemasonry is an organisation you really want to join. One of the most common misconceptions about Freemasonry is that you have to be invited to join, nothing could be further from the truth. There is absolutely no reason why you should not ask to join. In fact, that is the more correct procedure!