Old Aldenhamian Lodge - About UsThe Old Aldenhamian Lodge 4884
meet at 10 Duke Street, St James’, London SW1Y 6BS four times each year.
For those unfamiliar with Freemasonry, it is a society of like-minded men of any race, religion or political belief who are over the age of 21 years and believe in God; irrespective of the denomination that takes. At the ‘Old Aldenhamian Lodge’, we also require that our members have a current or previously strong connection with Aldenham School; whether it be as a pupil, a member of staff or parent.
There are over six million Freemasons across the four corners of the globe; this includes 250,000 Freemasons across over 8,000 Lodges throughout England and Wales, and districts overseas; 40,000 of these members in London alone.
Aside from our regular meetings, members (and their friends and families) meet socially throughout the year and are actively involved in supporting Aldenham School; whether it be through the Lodge, the OA Society or as parents and teachers.
You will be able to find out more information as you read on and we welcome enquiries from anyone with an interest in what we do. Please do also get in touch if you are interested in joining Freemasonry, or if you are already a Freemason looking to visit our Lodge or even thinking about becoming a joining member.Regular Meeting Dates
The Old Aldenhamian Lodge meet at 10 Duke Street, St James’, London SW1Y 6BS four times each year. We dine nearby at the RAF Club after the meetings.
- Second Wednesday evening in January
- First Wednesday evening in March (Installation)
- Third Wednesday evening in June
- Third Wednesday evening in October
Please get in touch with the Old Aldenhamian Lodge Secretary for more information: email@example.comLinks
Picture taken at the March 2019 meeting on the occasion of Ashis Gorecia (P1998-2004) who was proclaimed as Master of the Old Aldenhamian Lodge 4884 for a second year term. The Lodge meets four times each year, in central London.
After the meeting, members and guests dined in the wonderful atmosphere of the RAF Club, Piccadilly. A very jolly occasion supported by the Public School Lodge Council community.
The 'Old Aldenhamian Lodge' are planning a white table dinner evening at the RAF Club in the summer to include a talk on the charitable activities supported by Freemasonry and the Lodge history. This event will be open to all OA's, wives , partners and friends. Do contact Simon Mitchell, Secretary to register interest in attending who will advise further details nearer the time.