On this page you will find out about the history of the hall and the services it offers to members of the public and to Freemasons.
Built over 150 years ago and extended in 1932, the hall is a Grade II listed building and has seven lodge rooms, most having adjoining dining facilities. In addition, there are the main and top floor banqueting suites, both with private bars which can comfortably accommodate ladies’ nights, half nights, wedding receptions, conferences and other functions.
The hall is also registered with a company that specialises in providing the film industry with unusual settings and locations, it is rumoured that Humphrey Bogart was once filmed in the Victorian lift at the rear of the hall.
The hall is open to the public Monday to Friday between 11.00am and 4.00pm to provide a variety of cold lunches and snacks which can be eaten in the fully licensed bar or are available as a take-away.
The directors hope that you will visit the hall and assure one and all of a warm welcome.