The Cadogan Lodge History

A proud heritage in fact: How many English Freemasons enjoy membership of a Lodge older than its number ?

The "Lodge at the Angel" began its regular, warranted, recorded life on 9th February 1767 at the King's Arms, Southwark, under the name of
BLACK FRYERS BRIDGE LODGE, with its roots in Operative Masonry.

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Charity is at the heart of Freemasonry. Recent donations made by Cadogan Lodge include:

2017: Our 250th Anniversary

Cadogan Lodge celebrated a very important milestone in its long and distinguished history - its 250th Anniversary on 6th June 2017.

In addition, our complete Lodge History is in the process of being researched and rewritten. Currently spanning more than 100 pages, it will be published during our 250th year.

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Who We Are

Cadogan Lodge is a Masonic Lodge which meets four times a year in January, March, June and September at Freemasons' Hall in Great Queen Street, London.

Our regular meetings usually start at 3.30pm and progress to a dinner which is generally concluded by 9.15pm.

We also hold three Meet & Greet events per year to socialise and meet prospective members.

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More About Freemasonry

Cadogan Lodge and the United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE) both celebrated major anniversaries in 2017.

The UGLE was formed 50 years prior to Cadogan Lodge and celebrated its 300th Anniversary.

To find out more about Freemasonry, please contact us using the form below.

Also click here to view UGLE's "What is Freemasonry" or here to view UGLE's "Frequently Asked Questions"

To find out more about Cadogan Lodge, please contact us: