Welcome To Regency Lodge 6231 – Regency Lodge is a Masonic Lodge based at the Masonic Hall, Portland Street Cheltenham.
It embraces and consists of a diverse cultural and social mixture of men representing many walks of local life, from those who are now retired but still very active to: engineers, business executives, salesmen, business owners, administrators, financial experts, accountants, doctors of philosophy, policemen, production workers, and middle managers.
Regency Lodge personifies the sound Masonic philosophy of inclusion in its make up of members, and makes welcome all who share the founding Masonic principles of Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth.
It is the lone worker who makes the first advance in a subject: the details may be worked out by a team, but the prime idea is due to the enterprise, thought, and perception of an individual.
— Sir Alexander Fleming
JOIN THE FREEMASONS
To join the Freemasons, please read our ‘What is freemasonry‘ web page and also our ‘FAQ’s‘, to answer any of your questions. If after that, you still want to be a Freemason, then contact our Lodge Secretary who will be happy to assist you further.
Caribbean relief efforts and more news from MCF
THE LATEST NEWS FROM THE FOUNDATION SUPPORTING CARIBBEAN RELIEF EFFORTS A series of grants totalling £110,000 was donated to support ongoing relief efforts across the Caribbean, hit hard by this summer’s hurricanes. Find out more >> HELPING PEOPLE RECOVER FROM A STROKE Age UK …
“Inside The Freemasons” starts 17th April
Revelations abound in Sky1’s five-part series National release: The previously unseen world of Freemasonry will be revealed for the first time in an enlightening new five-part observational documentary series on Sky 1 . . . . starting on Monday 17 April at 8pm. Exclusive and unprecedented access was granted to film inside one of the …
Regency donates Tercentenary Cheque to Everyman Club
W Bros. Jonathan Cresswell (left) and Graham Bailey (right) present a cheque for £600 to Jan Stafford at the Everyman Club. The Everyman Club was started by Jan Stafford 14 years ago for local Cheltenham people with learning difficulties. It has grown from just a dozen people to over 140 today. They meet weekly on …
A letter from the Provincial Grand Master of Gloucestershire and a list of grants made by Gloucestershire Masonic Charities
Read the full letter at: PGM Letter to brethren 20 Dec 2015 Grants made by the Gloucester Community Foundation Freemasons’ Fund and the Gloucestershire Masonic Charity Action 12 months to 31st October 2015: View all grants at: CMCA GCF 12m to 31.10.15 summary