All meetings suspended due to Covid-19 Pandemic
It is with great sadness that we hear of the death of His Royal Highness, Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh
On behalf of Ebrington Lodge 1847, we send our deepest sympathies to the Royal Family.
Visiting Ebrington Lodge
For details of our forthcoming Meeting Dates, please refer to our Diary page.
If you plan to visit us, and wish to book a place at our Festive Board, please contact our Lodge Secretary, who will be delighted to help you. His details appear on our Contact Details page.
For Directions follow the link to see a Map.
Becoming a Mason
If you are interested in becoming a Freemason, or discovering more about freemasonry, please look at our page Becoming a Mason, where you will find some helpful, and, hopefully, interesting useful information.
For further help or information, please contact our Lodge Mentor, who will be very pleased to hear from you, and whose details are available on our Contact Details page.
To find out more from Grand Lodge follow this link where you will find everything you need to know.
If you are already a mason, and have moved to Devon you may be interested in joining The Ebrington Lodge 1847, please contact our Lodge Secretary (see Contact Details page), who will be pleased to help you.
One of the main characteristics of Freemasonry is charity the Grand lodge of England & Provincial lodge of Devonshire donate millions of pounds to charity each year. The Brethren of Ebrington lodge are no different, as well as contributions to both Grand & Provincial lodge, the passion & generosity of our members has also enabled generous donations to various non-Masonic charities. Funds are not only raised from raffles at lodge meetings but also fundraising/social events throughout the year, these include Ladies Nights, Horse racing evenings & Christmas Socials. An example of those charities to benefit from the Ebrington lodge over the past 5 years include: Click Here for full content.
Ebrington Lodge meetings
We tyle at 18:45 on the 4th Friday each month except: July, August and December.
Installation is in January.
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Notices, Announcements & Recent Events.
Suspended Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic,
We Will Update This As Soon As Possible.
About Ebrington Lodge
Warrant Issued 10th October 1879
Consecrated 6th January 1880
The lodge was consecrated at Ebrington Masonic Temple, Hobart Street, Plymouth by the then provincial grand master RW Lord Ebrington and the lodge proudly bears the Ebrington family crest.
We are a friendly Lodge, we work hard at our ritual, which we take extremely seriously under the directorship of our Director of Ceremonies, also enjoying camaraderie and banter at the Festive Board, and we enjoy mixing socially. We have several social functions during the course of the year including our horse race night and not forgetting the popular Christmas Dinner / Carol singing:
Details of events already planned are included on our Diary page.
Ebringtons History for a full account of the history of our lodge.
Manadon Masonic Hall
Manadon Masonic Hall is conveniently placed next to A386 Tavistock Road
Our location is:
Manadon Masonic Hall
104 Tavistock Rd
The Hall is well-used, and is currently home to several Masonic organisations including the following:
Lodge St. John No. 70
Lodge of Fortitude No.105
Lodge of Prudence No. 1550
Manadon Lodge No. 3033
Trinity Lodge No. 3403
Sir John Hawkins No. 3704
Lodge of Integrity No. 4098
St. Andrew's Lodge No. 4276
Armada Lodge No. 4360
Old Plymothian and Mannamedian Lodge No. 6279
St. Bartholomew Lodge No. 6378
Chapter of Concord No. 223