The Hebden Bridge Lodge
of Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons

Masonic Hall, Hangingroyd Lane, Hebden Bridge


Chapter of Good Intent 307
Meeting every 4th Tuesday in Jan-March-Sept-Nov

Caldene Mark Master Masons Lodge 501
Meeting every 1st Tuesday in Oct-Nov-Dec-Feb-March

Caldene Royal Ark Mariners 501
Meeting every 4th Thursday in Feb-May-Sept-Nov

HISTORY: The first meeting was on 28th January 1796 when the warrant was issued. Meetings were held in the "Ring of Bells". In July 1809, the Lodge moved to Heptonstall and held its meetings at the Stag Hotel. In 1822, the Lodge moved to the White Horse Inn, Hebden Bridge, moving to Hope Street in 1890 and finally on 23rd October 1911, Prince Frederick Lodge No. 307 moved into its present building in Hangingroyd Lane, Hebden Bridge. In January 1996, The Lodge received its Bicentenary Certificate from the United Grand Lodge.

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