Vermuyden Lodge 9482
Consecrated on the 3rd October 1992, Vermuyden Lodge 9482 was created as a result of the popularity of the Lodges in Crowle. We meet every third Thursday of the month from September through to April of the following year. Visiting Masons are especially welcome.
Crowle Masonic Centre
Some of our members 🙂
Masonic Centres in Lincolnshire
Summer Hog Roast
Vermuyden is one of the most vibrant Lodges in North Lincolnshire, something regularly acknowledged by visitors to our Lodge who also tell us we should also consider ourselves as probably the friendliest. We’re proud of that.
Members of the Vermuyden Lodge are drawn from all parts of society and from far and wide – not just the Crowle area and we meet at the Crowle Masonic Centre, off Park View, Crowle, North Lincolnshire.
Freemasonry is one of the world’s oldest fraternal organisations, with membership open to men from all walks of life, faiths, and ethnic groups. If you are considering becoming a Freemason and would like to know more about joining the Vermuyden Lodge, take a look at our website, and if this appeals to you or if you have any questions, please get in touch or visit our Facebook page.
WM Barrie Graham, Vermuyden Lodge 9482
Freemasonry offers its members a chance to make new friends and meet in a social environment. As a fraternity engages people of all ages, from tradesmen to monarchs. Whatever your status in life, Freemasonry provides an invaluable network of likeminded people never short of a social event to attend.
From its very earliest days Freemasonry has actively supported charity. Across 2018/19, charitable giving at lodge and provincial level totalled £45M, including the £18M awarded through the Masonic Charitable Foundation. Freemasons also undertook five million hours of volunteering across the same period.
As you progress through the degrees of freemasonry, the personal development can be very rewarding. Whilst Freemasonry can help good men become better men, only men of upstanding character are permitted to join. Why not take a look at our national magazine, 'Freemasonry Today'.