Somerset Freemasons

Lodges meeting in Langport

Two Lodges meet at the Masonic, St Mary`s Chapel, The Hill, Langport TA10 9QF

The Hanging Chapel (more formally known as the Chantry Chapel of the Blessed Virgin Mary) is a 13th-century archway, bearing a Perpendicular building known as the Hanging Chapel. It became a Masonic Hall in 1891 and is currently leased by the Town Council to Portcullis Lodge
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Portcullis Lodge No 2038

Meets at 18:30 except Feb, on the second Thursday
Months - Jan, Feb (17:00), Mar, Apr, May, Sep, Oct, Nov and Dec.

Consecrated on 24th June 1884 at the Town Hall, Langport, the Lodge originally met at the Langport Arms Hotel until 1891 when it moved to it's current location

Contact the Lodge Secretary: Ian Moore
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Approaching from west proceed through town to Post Office corner, straight on up steep hill. MH is about 90m past Langport Church. From East turn off A372 at Huish Episcopi Church and proceed westerly towards Langport passing under arch over road. MH is on top of archway, PCP behind Langport Arms Hotel, Bow Street, Langport. (120 free); limited in road at top of The Hill

Somerset Farmers Lodge No 9180

Meets at 18:30 except March; on the fourth Monday
Months - Jan, Feb, Mar (17:00), Sep, Oct and Nov

Contact the Lodge Secretary: George Turner
October 2013 - Somerset Farmers Lodge helps Cancer Research UK
January 2014 - Banner Re-Dedication
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