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Welcome to Beaminster Manor Lodge

We are one of the forty nine lodges which make up the Province of Dorset. We meet in Beaminster, just one of the seventeen meeting venues across the county.

Beaminster Masonic Hall,
Brook House,
3, Bridport Road,

We have members from all walks of life and from far and wide. We are a friendly and welcoming Lodge and we would love to hear from you if you are interested in Freemasonry or are already a mason and would like to visit us.

We meet on the Second Tuesday of every month at 18:30 from October through to May inclusive at Beaminster Masonic Hall.

Above is photo of our Lodge on Bridport Road.We actively encourage membership of this old established Lodge where fraternal friendship and Charity are our founding principals. We are a small Lodge but with an enthusiastic membership where we enjoy our masonry. We warmly welcome anyone interested in finding out more about Freemasonry, particularly in Beaminster as well as any Brethren from other lodges who may wish to make a fraternal visit.
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The Minster Meeting at Nyanza Lodge, Somerset Province 

In the south west of England there is probably a most unique tri partite arrangement existing between three Lodges which must rank unique within Masonic inter Lodge visiting and I refer to the Minster Meeting.
The meeting is so named as it comprises of the names of the three towns where the Lodges of Virtue & Honor No. 494 of Axminster in the Province of Devon, Nyanza No. 1197 of Ilminster in the Province of Somerset and Beaminster Manor No. 1367 in the Province of Dorset meet. more...

Beaminster Manor Tercentenary Charity donations 

As part of our celebration of the Masonic Tercentenary and to further the Provincial Grand Masters desire that Freemasonry should be celebrated, proclaimed and to be demonstrated to be actively supporting our local communities, Beaminster Manor Lodge elected to support two deserving Charities within the town; the Beaminster Food Bank and the Beaminster Museum. more...


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