Useful Links If you’re a Mason visiting or staying locally who can’t get to your own Lodge, we’d be delighted to see you at one of our meetings. We meet on the 2nd Wednesday of each month from September to May at 6pm. If there’s time, you can contact the Secretary or his Assistant for more information, or just turn up! See the map for our location. Parking is nearby, or if you travel by rail a brisk walk of ten minutes will get you from the station to us. Doing your research One of the great things about the internet is that research - on virtually any subject - is now readily available, at the click of a mouse button. On the other hand, finding the absolute truth on any subject can be a little more difficult, so we’ve tried to make your research into Freemasonry a little easier by providing the links below. Enabling you to discover more about Freemasonry in Staffordshire and across the UK. We start with the Provincial Grand Lodge of Staffordshire. There are 99 lodges and more than 2,800 members in our Province and the oldest Lodge is more than 200 years old. The site will open in a new window. There are over 330,000 Freemasons and nearly 8,000 Lodges in this country and their activities are governed by the United Grand Lodge of England, whose headquarters are in central London. The website has "real" Masons explaining what Freemasonry means to them and is a great source of historical material. The site will open in a new window, so click on the link to find out more. It's appropriate that a society with so many members spread geographically across the UK should have its own magazine. It's called "Freemasonry Today" and you can browse the latest issue by clicking on the link. The site opens in a new window.
Number 4281 in the register of the United Grand Lodge of England
Izaak Walton Lodge of Freemasons