Freemasonry is one of the world’s oldest secular fraternal societies.
The United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE) is the governing body of Freemasonry in England, Wales and the Channel Islands.
Freemasonry exists throughout the world.
From its earliest days, Freemasonry has been concerned with the care of orphans, the sick and the aged.
There are 250,000 Freemasons belonging to 8,000 Lodges throughout England and Wales, and districts overseas.
At some point in their membership, all Craft Masons are likely to be encouraged to join the Royal Arch.
Thinking of Joining the White Ensign Lodge? A Service background is not essential to become a member.
After our Lodge Meetings we enjoy food and good company.
Combining Naval Traditions with Masonic Ceremony the pipes that are made by the boatswain's call.
Over our history White Ensign Lodge, has been privileged to have many members, from far and wide. Shown below, a selection of some fondly remembered past masters, together with our present members.
W.Bro. Charles Shave
W.Bro. Eric Crooks
W.Bro. Stan Skippings
W.Bro. Frank Walters
W.Bro. Ian Fothergill
W.Bro. Chris Richards
W.Bro. Gary Evans
W.Bro. Fred Coke
W.Bro. Frank Grant
W.Bro. Vaughan Williams
W.Bro. Tom Kennedy
W.Bro. Roger Shayes
W.Bro. Len Venables
It was a pleasure to be out on the Course again ...
To all Members and Visitors. Please note that the date for our next Lodge Meeting ...
On Saturday 16th December 2017 20 Members and Guests attended the 2017 Presentation Dinner ...
On Tuesday 5th December some 25 Companions, including the Provincial Team and 4 ...
Friday 1st December saw some 37 Brethren muster in the Lodge Room ...