Provincial Grand Lodge of North Wales

No institution can boast a more solid foundation than that on which Freemasonry rests - the practice of every moral and social virtue!



Membership Application Form


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You've read through the pages on the website, particularly the guide on [Becoming a Freemason], you've also viewed the video above and have realised that this is the sort of thing that would be of particular interest to you. You would like to become a Freemason and join this outstanding organisation and you would like to talk to someone about doing so. You would particularly like to know what the next step is!

There is so much more to Freemasonry than most people could possibly imagine, including our work in the community and the diverse social aspects to be enjoyed. We look forward to sharing these with you, as you explore our website.

Complete the following form (it may seem like a lot of questions to answer but it will enable us to answer them more fully) - someone will be in touch very soon using whatever method you chose as your preferred choice of communication.

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Masonic meetings are conducted along similar lines to any other club. General business is conducted including the presentation of the previous meetings minutes and the current finances may be discussed, visitors from other Lodges are welcomed, a lecture may be given or new members introduced to the Lodge in an initiation ceremony and the meeting is generally concluded with a meal.


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 Freemasonry benefits both the Local & National Community 

Freemasons make a major contribution to society through their own charities, as well as through donations to UK
charities and worldwide disaster relief funds, with members playing an active role in their communities.





Freemasonry is more relevant and important to society today than ever!