School Lodges

Essex Freemasonry has something to offer to everyone.
Some lodges specialise in particular hobbies or interests. Here are some of Essex's Specialist Lodges
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Old Parkonians Lodge

The Old Parkonians are the past and present Students and Staff of the Ilford County High School, founded 1901, as the Park Higher Grade School.
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Old Southendian Lodge

The Old Southendian Lodge was consecrated at the Masonic Hall in Southend High Street on February 25th, 1933.
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Old Westcliffian Lodge

Well renowned for being the ‘Premier Old Boys Lodge’ of Southend. The Old Westcliffian Lodge membership comprises of a surprisingly diverse age range.

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Old Chelmsfordian Lodge

The Old Chelmsfordian Lodge was the idea of W Bro G W Baker, who, in 1934, was the acting Head of King Edward VI Grammar School, Chelmsford.
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Old Palmerians Lodge

At the Old Palmerians Lodge, former pupils and staff of the school, plus other members from the local area, unite through the brotherhood of Freemasonry.
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Old Libertian Lodge

An Essex Lodge for Members of Old Libertian
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Old Loughtonians Lodge

In 1953 a number of members thought it would be desirable to form a Masonic Lodge and on the 29th January 1954 the Lodge was formed and consecrated
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Old Esthameians Lodge

Consecrated on 7th March 1960, sponsored by members of the East Ham Grammar School for Boys with a close relationship with The Old Esthameians Society which began in the 1930’s