AlfretonFreemasonry – in Alfreton?!!

It is probably not well known by many local Alfreton Town’s people that the Abraham Lincoln Library situated at the end of Derby Road, near to the roundabout of the A38, has in fact been a Masonic Hall since 1971. The hall is used by 4 Lodges and other Masonic Orders on a regular basis throughout the year. The Lodges have kept a fairly low profile over recent years. This could be about to change! Freemasonry is a fraternal society with many members, distinguished and otherwise, who share a belief in fellowship and friendship, being instrumental in charity work raising funds for many worthy organisations locally and nationally. This is the website of the Royal Alfred Lodge 1028 and our aim is to explain who we are and what we do, to put the myths to bed once and for all!

MEETINGS

Held at Masonic Hall, Derby Road, Alfreton, DE55 7AQ on the third Tuesday, September to April, at 6:30pm. 1st Degree...

YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED

What is Freemasonry? Freemasonry is the UK’s largest secular, fraternal and charitable organisation.  It teaches moral lessons and self-knowledge through...

THE MASONIC HALL

In the early 1860s, Alfreton was regarded as an important shopping centre and cattle market town.  For many years there...

News about our Lodge

NEWS

Ladies Night great success! The Brethren of the Royal Alfred Lodge 1028 held their Ladies Night at Horsley Lodge on 13th...

EQUIPMENT

Within a Lodge room there are many symbolic items of equipment used during a ceremony. Many are used with their...

CONTACT US

WE WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU Write to us at: Royal Alfred 1028 Abraham Lincoln Library Derby Road Alfreton...

CHARITY

  The Masonic Charitable Foundation is a major new charity, launched in April 2016 The Foundation will take over the...

ABOUT US

The history of Freemasonry in Alfreton is most fascinating, beginning with an initial presence in 1864 when the Royal Alfred Lodge No...

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