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Welcome to the Lodge of St Cuthberga No.622

We warmly welcome anyone interested in finding out more about Freemasonry.

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The brethren from the Lodge of St Cuthberga have been meeting in Wimborne since 1853. We are one of the longer established lodges in the Province of Dorset and the most historic lodge in Wimborne.

We are a dynamic Lodge which has a great reputation for our tradition and ritual.

We meet at 6.15pm on the first Monday of every month, with the exception of August, when we take a break. Historically the lodge had a number of local farmers as members and thus required a break in the summer for harvest time.

Our membership demographics range of various occupations and ages. We have young members with families who work full time and of course older retired members. We hope for regular attendance from our members and are fully supportive of any member wishing to progress through the Offices of the Lodge.

Our wives and partners have their own dining and social group. They call themselves 'The Wimborne Witches' and they meet on the same night as our Lodge meetings. This way our Ladies get to know each other, make friends and feel part of St Cuthberga. We hold several social events ranging from our traditional Ladies Night to BBQs and Horseracing evenings etc. which contribute significantly to our charitable giving.

To become a Freemason you must be over 21, believe in a supreme being and be a good man. At St Cuthberga there are no hidden agendas, just good men trying to make themselves better whilst serving the community at large and enjoying themselves at the same time.

It may be that you are already a Freemason and are now seeking a new Lodge in Dorset, our greeting would be the same - 'Welcome Brother'

Wimborne Masonic Hall
BH21 1JL

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Dan Martin - St Cuthberga's New WM 

On Tuesday 7 May 2019 Bro Dan Martin was installed into the Chair of King Solomon at the Lodge of St Cuthberga No.622. The Lodge was privileged to receive Right Worshipful Brother Graham Raymond Glazier, Provisional Grand Master for Dorset and his Executive Officers.

The ceremony was conducted beautifully by all those occupying office to the enjoyment of a jam-packed temple of 93 brethren, 60 of whom were visitors. more...


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