Cae Glas Lodge – No. 8572 – in the Masonic Province of Shropshire, is one of three lodges meeting at the Masonic Hall in Oswestry,
one of only two purpose-built Masonic Halls in Shropshire.
We are a vibrant lodge with an enthusiastic membership of Masons of all ages, and a fine tradition of excellence in ritual and fellowship.
If you are interested in joining us, or finding out more about Freemasonry we’d be delighted to hear from you.
When do we meet?
Cae Glas Lodge meets on the first Thursday each month in the months of October, November, December, February, March and April. We often have an additional meeting in January by permission of the Provincial Grand Master if we have lots of ceremonies to get through! Our Installation meeting is in March. We have an additional Preceptor’s Night in May, under the auspices of the highly successful Cae Glas Lodge of Instruction, where the newer brethren show what they can do – and which always contains something new which many Masons will not have seen or heard before!
The Lodge of Instruction is very active and meets on the fourth Thursday of each month as above, and which is followed by a curry at a local restaurant. The curry night is open to non-Masons to come and meet us and find out more about becoming a Mason, while enjoying a beer and great company!
For Those That Have Far to Travel…
Cae Glas aims to conclude the Festive Board by 10.00pm or near.
However, due to the very special nature of some of our evenings, this is not always possible, and the actual time at which we finish can sometimes be a little unpredictable. Therefore, should you feel the need to leave early for any particular reason, you have the Worshipful Masters permission to retire from the Festive Board at any convenient time after the Loyal Toast.