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Lodges meeting in Bridgwater

Three Lodges meet at The Masonic Centre, King Square, Bridgwater, TA6 3DH. The Centre was built in 1912, and was recently refurbished as part of the centenary celebrations. From the front in King Square the building appears single storey and modest size. The entrance doors, reached from the street up a short flight of steps lead directly to the first floor containing the Lodge room and ante-rooms. A staircase and newly installed lift lead down to the dining room, kitchen and bar 


Lodge of Perpetual Friendship No 135

Regular meetings: the second Monday at 18.30hrs Jan (Installation 16.30) Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec

Warranted in 1764, although there is evidence that it actually started several years before that. The Lodge of Perpetual Friendship is the second oldest lodge in the province of Somerset: originally meeting at The Old Angel and The Swan Inns before utilising the Clarence Hotel for its regular meetings. In 1912 it moved to the purpose-built Lodge building in King Square where meetings are regularly held to this day.

Contact the Lodge Secretary: Des Hoskins

Perpetual Friendship Lodge to donate £22,500 to Festival


Admiral Blake Lodge No 4692

Regular meetings: the fourth Tuesday at 18.30hrs Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr (Installation 16.30), Sept, Oct, Nov, Dec. The December Meeting is held on third Tuesday

A petition to form a new craft lodge in Bridgwater was forwarded to Grand Lodge on 14 November 1924. It was accepted and now the Admiral Blake Lodge is one of only three Lodges whose name can be associated with the Parliamentarian leaders of the Civil War

Contact the Lodge Secretary: David L Smith

March 2019 – Admiral Blake support new Fishing Charity


Tynte Lodge No 7994

Regular meetings: the third Thursday at 18.30hrs Feb (Installation 16.30) Mar, Apr, May, Oct, Nov, Dec

Tynte Lodge was founded and consecrated in 1964. In 1820 Charles Kemeys Kemeys-Tynte became Provincial Grand Master of Somerset after only three years in Masonry and served in that office until 1860. Colonel Tynte, as he was known from his command of the West Somerset Yeomanry, was also, apart from a few years, a continuous Liberal M.P for Bridgwater from 1820 to 1860

Contact the Lodge Secretary: Chris Marchmont


Disabled access: wheelchair access at rear with a floor to floor carriage lift (avoiding 19 step staircase between ground and first floors).

From all directions follow signs to Sedgemoor District Council Offices. Rear entrance to the Centre is found on Northgate opposite Blake Court flats with a small lay-by adjacent. Two large PCPs are situated on Northgate within 200 metres of the Centre in either direction. Very restricted parking at front entrance to the Centre in King Square.

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