White Ensign Lodge 9169

White Ensign Lodge 9169Welcome to the Freemasons Lodge of White Ensign No. 9169, let us give you a brief introduction of:

  • Who we are and what we do?
  • Why was it formed?
  • Why did the Midlands need a Naval Lodge?
  • What are the qualifications for Joining?
  • How do I join?

Within this Freemasons website, you will find the answers to all those masonic questions and more. If you are a serving member of the Armed Forces or have served under the Crown, our Lodge might provide that “Esprit de Corps”, Fellowship and Friendship that is rarely emulated in “Civvy Street”.

White Ensign Lodge (regulated by the Grand Lodge of England - U.G.L.E.) meets at the Redditch Masonic Hall, 21 Easemore Road, Redditch, five times a year on the last Friday of January, March, May and October, and on the first Friday of December (Installation). Our Meetings commence at 1800 except for December when we meet at 1715. ADD

White Ensign Chapter (regulated by the Supreme Grand Chapter of England - S.G.C.) meets on the First Tuesday of June, September and December (Installation). Our Meetings commence at 1800.

At the October Lodge Meeting we celebrate the Battle of Trafalgar and traditionally have a large number of fraternal visitors, we normally finish our meetings by 2000 and we then move to the Bar for a traditional Tot, enter the Mess Deck and dine in style enjoying the company of our members and visitors.


We have tried to ensure that the information provided contains not only our Masonic ethos but also that we have a varied and interesting Social programme, have our own Golf Society and indeed, even have a “Tourists” section.

You can also find links to other areas of Freemasonry that may be of interest to you.

Our aim is to provide masonic information about White Ensign in particular and Freemasonry in general. We hope you find it both interesting and informative.

We encourage visiting Masons and applications from Masons who wish to join. We are open to expressions of interest from those who wish to learn more about Freemasonry in general, or about The White Ensign Lodge in particular.

So, once again, we warmly invite you to have a look round and, if you have further masonic interest or questions regarding Freemasony, please contact our information Officer.

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Latest News

Spiderman

Junior Warden ~ Super Hero

Following a number of discussions with Bro. Martin Carver, our JW, W. Bro. Les Leek, our Communications Officer and the WM Bro Martin volunteered to follow in Capt Tom Moore's footsteps and raise money for the NHS Charities through a "Just Giving" page and the Masonic Charitable Foundation, by running, what in the end proved to be, a 200Km Marathon over a number of days, concluding at the Houseman Memorial statue in Bromsgrove High Street on Saturday 30th May.

It commenced on 12th May at the Alexandra Hospital in Redditch where Martin commenced as Spiderman before running through, over a number of days, the 31 Districts of Redditch dressed in one of his 3 costumes, Spiderman, Batman or Superman.

Following on from that success he then met with the Provincial Grand Master and Senior Nursing Officer at the Worcester Royal Hospital before running through Worcester, stopping for a photo shoot at the Guildhall and finishing at the Worcester Masonic Hall on Rainbow Hill where he was welcomed by our WM.

The next "Marathon" was through Birmingham commencing at the QE Hospital where Martin had a magnificent "Clap In" on the approach road lined with Hopsital Dr's, Nurses and staff before running past the City Hosp;ital in Dudley Road and concluding at Heartlands Hospital in East Birmingham, the route traversing Birmingham from West to East.

The Final Run commenced once again at the Alexandra Hospital in Redditch, through Finstall to the Princess of Wales Hospital in Bromsgrove, where, once again, he had an emotional "Clap In" by the Nursing and Admin staff before finishing by running through Bromsgrove and concluding in the High Street, where he was met by W, Bro. Patrick Firminger, PSGD, APGM, Chairman of the Worcestershire Festival 2022 Committee for the MCF, and the WM together with his family and friends. 

The WM then, thanks to Martin's sterling efforts, presented the APGM with a cheque for £1,000 for the MCF: this brought the Lodges contribution to just over £20,000; and then presented a Certificate of Achievement to Martin for his magnificent efforts both for the NHS and MCF Charities.


Warning! These dates are dynamically generated, and subject to change.
CHAPTER Meeting Change!TBA
LODGE Meeting Change!
PLEASE NOTE that the date for our next Lodge Meeting is scheduled for Friday 26th March which is Good Friday.
Our Meeting has therefore been rescheduled for FRIDAY 6th APRIL 2018 when we will be conducting a 3rd Degree Ceremony.

Lodge Regular Meetings

Friday 30 Oct 2020
Friday 04 Dec 2020
Friday 29 Jan 2021
Friday 26 Mar 2021
Friday 30 Apr 2021
Friday 28 May 2021

Lodge Management Meetings

Monday 21 Sep 2020
Monday 02 Nov 2020
Monday 14 Dec 2020
Monday 01 Feb 2021
Monday 29 Mar 2021
Monday 20 Sep 2021

Lodge Rehearsal Meetings

Tuesday 06 Oct 2020
Monday 23 Nov 2020
Monday 18 Jan 2021
Monday 22 Mar 2021
Thursday 13 May 2021
Tuesday 05 Oct 2021
 

Chapter Regular Meetings

Tuesday 01 Sep 2020
Tuesday 01 Dec 2020
Thursday 03 Jun 2021
Tuesday 07 Sep 2021
Tuesday 07 Dec 2021

Chapter Management Meetings

Tuesday 20 Oct 2020
Tuesday 04 May 2021
Tuesday 19 Oct 2021

Chapter Rehearsal Meetings

Tuesday 25 Aug 2020
Tuesday 17 Nov 2020
Tuesday 18 May 2021
Tuesday 24 Aug 2021
Tuesday 16 Nov 2021