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Western House Masonic Club

The clubs programme of activities for 2019 are:-
Meeting are held every month except August
Coffee from 10.30 Meeting 11.00 and optional Lunch 13.00

Information 01895 421343 or 01753 711543

Date Subject Speaker
January Tue 22nd Art of Deception
Hugh Granger
February Tue 19th
Face Blindness Jo Livington
March Wed 6th Women in WW2 WRNS WAAF ATS Carol Harris
April Wed 17th Uver Fings Wot l 'ave Dun Ann Chance
May Wed 15th My Time in Showbusiness Howard T'Loosty
June Thurs 13th
History of Morris Dancing Bradley Steel
July Wed 10th Funny Guys Geoff Bowden
September Tue 17th Army School of Music Captain Waters
October Tue 15th The Funeral Business Michael Tiney
November Wed 20th RSPCA Hillingdon Branch To Be Arranged
December Wed 18th Christmas Meeting with Ruislip Belles & Beaux


The club was established by George Souter in October 1998 to create a social club for retired Brethren and their partners. Membership was not restricted to Middlesex Masons as George realised that many retired Brethren from London and other surrounding Masonic Provinces live within a short distance from Hercies Road.

The club meets at the Western House Masonic Centre once a month with the exception of the month of August. Our meetings commence at 10.30am with a cup of coffee or tea and biscuits. Every month a guest speaker is invited to present a talk to the club. The talks given are on a wide range of subjects that are appropriate for both male and female audiences. On occasions the club organises coach trips, or the like, to places of interest such as the Magic Circle, Boat trips down the Thames, The Code Breakers Bletchley Park, Theatre Trips, or on rare occasions even shopping trips!

After the talk, this usually lasts about 40 minutes, the members and their guests retire to the bar for pre-lunch drinks and to catch up with the latest news of friends and family. The members then sit down to a good luncheon at 1.00pm and usually finish the day about 2.30pm

In addition to the social side the club has similar officers to a lodge in that the club has two almoner’s (one for the Ladies and one for the Gentlemen) who keep in touch with members making sure that they are kept up-to date with our activities etc.

The club also supports various charities throughout the year, funded by our monthly raffles

If you are interested in joining this very successful club or want to come along to see how it operates with fun and laughter all the way please contact
John EdwardsTel: 01753 711543