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Welcome to the Broadstone Lodge

We are one of the forty nine lodges which make up the Province of Dorset. We meet in Poole, just one of the seventeen meeting venues across the county.

Poole Masonic Hall
Poole
Dorset
BH15 1NQ

We warmly welcome anyone interested in finding out more about Freemasonry and visiting Brethren from other lodges. If you are on holiday in the area and wish to meet members, or look at our superb building, please contact us we are more than happy to meet you.

Contact us at: 8641@dorsetfreemasonry.info

News

The Broadstone Lodge No 8641 Ladies Festival 2019 

The Broadstone Lodge held its annual ladies festival on Saturday at The Dudsbury Hotel and Spa.

109 brethren, ladies and guests supported the event and were welcomed by our Worshipful Master and his Lady, Jenny. A magnificent evening, excellent food and great entertainment from 'Haywire'. They really are Dorset's No.1 dance band.

The toast to the ladies was given by W. more...

Broadstone Lodge christmas festive board with the ladies 

Broadstone lodge entertained their ladies after their christmas meeting on 18th December

What a wonderful evening of food wine and song.

Our Worship Master had the following message of thanks for the tremendous contribution to charity.

Many of you couldn't make it to the Christmas Meeting last night, but so far this year you have helped to raise almost £3,000. more...

Armistice Day with The Broadstone Lodge 

The Armistice day fancy dress themed lunch on 11th at the Market close building raised £100 for the Poole Branch of the RBL.

Brethren friends and ladies and children all remembered the 100 years since the end of the first world war and all wars.

At the same time dressing for the occasion and eating the the same food as would have been served at the end of the war. Maconochie's stew proved to be a staple part of a British soldier's diet during World War One. more...

Broadstone Lodge in the Community with our Worshipful Master Alan Barlow 

Worshipful Master Alan Barlow has decided that during his year in office he will support lots of local good causes, masonic and non masonic. So expect the unexpected. Here Alan is seen presenting a £250 cheque to Dan Bishop towards his 3 week visit to North America for the World Scouts Jamboree.

It was important to act quickly and support Dan and later in the year a small but more formal handover will take place at Market close where Dans dad and his scout leader will be guests. more...

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