Freemasons believe in an ethical approach to life. Our values are based on integrity, kindness, honesty and fairness. Members are urged to regard the interests of the family as paramount. However, Freemasonry also teaches and practises concern for people, care for the less fortunate and help for those in need.

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    Chris Blackwell
    Group Chairman

  • A warm welcome from Chris Blackwell, group chairman

    Welcome to the Leyland and District Group of lodges and chapters’ web site and I guarantee you a very friendly welcome should you wish to visit us in person.

    The Group is a happy and vibrant organisation with many varied activities taking place all year round and is one of 22 groups within the Masonic Province of West Lancashire. The Province of West Lancashire is the largest province under the Grand Lodge of England.

    Freemasonry first began to be practised in Leyland when Carnarvon Lodge No 2376 was consecrated on 12 December 1890 at the Infants’ School, Leyland. Now, all lodges within the group, with the exception of Old Huttonian Lodge (the lodge for ex-pupils of Hutton Grammar School) now meet at the new Masonic Hall, Wellington Park…..

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  • What’s it all about

    This video explains the key elements of Freemasonry. It has been produced for use by all Freemasons in the Province. Please take every opportunity to share it with your family and all your non-Masonic friends

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