Astede Freemasons Lodge

Welcome to Astede Lodge meeting at Surbiton in the Province of Surrey.

Astede Freemasons Lodge Surbiton

Astede Lodge Crest

Astede Lodge is a warm and friendly lodge meeting at the Masonic Centre at Glenmore House, The Crescent, Surbiton, Surrey, KT6 4BN.

We meet four times per year for meetings and each Tuesday between September and April for Lodge of Instruction at the Leatherhead Constitutional Club, Linden Road, Leatherhead where we rehearse for forthcoming meetings.

The lodge also has an active social calendar for members and their family to enjoy.

Our lodge welcomes enquiries from men over the age of 21 years from the local area particularly Ashtead, as you will discover from our lodge history pages.

Men from surrounding towns including Leatherhead, Bookham, Chessington, Kingston Upon Thames, New Malden and Epsom are most welcome to join us.

We also welcome traveling Brethren from around the UK and the world who wish to join us for our meeting and festivities.

Why join the Freemasons in Surbiton, Surrey?

Each Mason has his own reasons for joining – some out of curiosity, some to explore the rich history, others to meet like minded people and most, to enjoy the long lasting friendships that are formed and to enjoy each others company at Masonic meetings and social gatherings with wives and family.

The criteria for becoming a Mason:

A belief in a Supreme Being – Freemasonry is not a religion but welcomes men from all faiths.

Some free time for meetings and learning – Meetings are held just four times per year on:

  • 3rd Saturday of January
  • 1st Saturday of March
  • 3rd Saturday of April
  • 4th Saturday of November

Times may vary for meetings and are printed on summons issued to members. We also meet during the course of

Glenmore House

Glenmore House. Meeting place of Astede Lodge

the season for Lodge of Instruction where we practice for the the forthcoming meeting. This is also a great opportunity to get to know members of the lodge as well.

Aged over 21 and of good character – Freemasonry is about taking good men and making them better men. You should not have any criminal convictions and have a sincere wish to be more useful in society and your community.

If you would like more information about joining our Freemasons lodge please use the contact page to get in touch.

One of our lodge members will call to arrange a convenient time to meet with you, most probably at Glenmore House, in relaxed, informal surroundings to help you decide if Freemasonry is for you.