Andrew Marvell Lodge Beverley Road Hull

The Andrew Marvell Lodge was established (consecrated) in 1937 and meets at the Masonic Hall, 69 Beverley Road, Hull, HU3 1XL
We meet nine times a year and we break for the summer from June to August

Our lodge is approved by the United Grand Lodge of England and forms part of the Yorkshire, North and East Ridings Province, one of 47 across England and Wales.

What is Freemasonry?

Founded in 1717, we currently have around 4 million Freemasons worldwide, making it the largest fraternal organisation in the world.

It is the UK’s largest secular fraternal organisation, open to men of all religions, cultures and race.

Freemasonry is not a religion. It deals in relationships between men; religion deals in man’s relationship with his God.

Freemasonry’s aim is to unite good men, no matter what religion, ethnic or social background who share and acknowledge a belief in a God.

Freemasonry and Charity

Freemasonry in itself is not a charitable organisation, but from its beginning it has provided substantial support for widows, orphans and many others, who are not Masons, on local, national and at times at an international level.

Every man has his own political views, but the discussion of politics is forbidden at Masonic meetings and as an organisation we have no political agenda.

Further details about freemasonry can be found here:

Our Latest Charity Work

P.A.U.L. For Brain Recovery


Freemasonry – Making good people better

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