The Granite Lodge of Freemasons in Leicester meet at the Masonic Hall on London Road. Together we socialise, have fun, and raise money for charity. Freemasons, sometimes known as Masons, gather around eight times a year to support each other and the local community. In an increasingly divisive world, many people are looking for unity and purpose to help guide their way. Compassion and respect are more important now than ever before.
Freemasonry is one of the oldest social and charitable organisations in the world, open to those of all backgrounds. Leicester Masons roots lie in the traditions of the medieval stonemasons who built our cathedrals and castles.
The organisation’s aim is to empower members to be the best they can be. Both for themselves and for society around them. It does this by providing a structure of support to help them make positive contributions to their local communities, whether it be through fundraising events or volunteer work.
In an uncertain world, the principles of Freemasonry: integrity, friendship, respect, and charity ring as true today as they ever have before.
There is something for everyone, from cyclists to rugby players, musicians to ex-service personnel. The main aim of the Granite Lodge of Leicester Masons, is to enjoy each others company and do good within the local community.