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The Ashley Lodge No. 6525

****Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the health and welfare of our member, in line with guidance from the Province of Dorset and UGLE The Ashley Lodge has not met since February 2020. Currently our next scheduled meeting will be in September where we will meet in accordance with the social distancing rules specified at the time.***

We are a Masonic Lodge that meets ten times a year in Poole, on the Last
Friday of every month apart from July and August when there are no meetings
and December when we meet on the 2nd Friday.

We are a friendly, Friday night Lodge with members from all backgrounds, both ex-military and civilian, young and old, all of whom pride themselves on the quality of and the enjoyment generated by our meetings. We take pleasure in having fun whilst maintaining the standards and traditions of our Founders, making us happy to meet and sorry to part.

The Lodge warmly welcomes anyone interested in finding out more about Freemasonry and visiting Brethren from other lodges.

Contact us at:

6525@dorsetfreemasonry.info

Our Facebook page 'The Ashley Lodge No 6525'
or Twitter '@theashleylodge'

News

Summer Walk 

A break in the wet weather on Sunday 26th July saw a small group of Lodge members accompanied by their wives and partners unite for a socially distanced five mile walk from Broadstone to the Fox and Hounds at Canford Bottom. The walk took the group along the route of the old railway, alongside and across the river Stour at Canford School, the former home of Lady Wimborne a keen supporter of Poole Freemasonry in the early 1900s. more...

13th July 2020 -One Hundred years old today! 

on the 13th of July Roy Ricketts celebrates his 100th Birthday with his family. Borne on July 13th 1920, in Poole, Roy joined the Ashley Lodge and Freemasonry on Jan 29th 1954 and has been an active member ever since, regularly attending meetings right up to the current Lockdown. A fit and popular member of the Lodge Roy was Master from 1962-1963 and has held active Provincial office in Dorset on more than one occasion. more...

February Regular Meeting - Two down, two to go 

On Friday 28th February Bro Gez Edwards took his next step and in an excellent ceremony became a Master Mason himself. The ceremony was conducted with great feeling and skill by our Worshipful Master and his team and in doing so, and by passing on the useful lessons that ceremony contains, they also took a step themselves. A real sense of friendship and teamwork prevailed though out the evening culminating in a very cheerful meal in each other's company. more...

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