A very warm welcome from the Master Wardens and Brethren of St Peter’s Lodge, in the Province of Leicestershire and Rutland.
The Lodge meets at the Kings Hall, King’s Road in Market Harborough on the third Thursday in March and December, the fourth Thursday in September, October, November, January, February and April.
Warranted and consecrated in 1870, St Peter’s Lodge has a long proud history, and also maintains its own unique traditions. The Lodge is also in possession of some unusual white and gold lodge furniture which is thought to be unique in the UK. Believed to have originated in France and to date from the late Regency period around 1830-1840. Although the origin of the furniture is not clear it is generally accepted that it once belonged to the Lodge of Antiquity and was purchased in 1870 by the then PGM William Kelly for the princely sum of £45.
If you wish to express an interest in joining St Peters Lodge or Freemasonry in general, or would like to come and visit to see our Lodge room furniture, please feel free to contact us.