Somerset Freemasons

Lodges meeting in Bruton

The Royal Clarence Lodge meets at The Masonic Hall, High Street, Bruton BA10 0AH, it is one of the oldest buildings in use as a Masonic Hall in Somerset. It was originally built as the Bruton Town Hall in 1642. The building fronts the High Street but the entrance is from Warren Close, a narrow alley leading off the High Street opposite the Post Office. In 1876 the building became Bruton National Infants School and subsequently the Masonic Hall in 1932.
On A359 (Yeovil-Frome) MH midway along High Street opposite Post Oftice. Adequate parking in Coombe Street 250m from MH

Royal Clarence Lodge No 976

Regular meetings: the first Thursday at 18.45hrs Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec (Installation 17.00)
Installation meeting: the first Thursday at 17.00hrs Dec

Contact the Lodge Secretary: Neil Beckett
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