Bridlington Masonic Hall

The Home of Freemasonry in Bridlington

Bridlington Masonic Hall, St. Johns Avenue, Bridlington. YO16 4NG. Telephone: 01262 672519.

Bridlington Masonic Hall

Bridlington Masonic Hall

Compass and Square

The original Masonic Hall was opened in October 1875.  You will observe the older brickwork to the left in the photograph.  In 1925 the Building was greatly extended to its present form, which was dedicated by The Rt  Hon. Earl of Ronaldshay, the Provincial Grand Master of Yorkshire, North & East Ridings.

The building is home to five Craft Lodges, three Royal Arch Chapters, one Mark Lodge, three Knight Templar Preceptories and one Rose Croix Chapter.

The ownership of the building is vested in Trustees of the three oldest Lodges who funded the expansion and it is managed by the Bridlington Masonic Hall Joint Management Committee consisting of representatives from each of the four original Craft Lodges

The dining hall, bar and catering facilities are available for hire to other organisations to hold meetings  and also for other functions, such as wedding receptions and private parties.  

Please address any correspondence in regard to hiring the Masonic Hall to:

The Secretary,
Bridlington Masonic Hall Joint Lodge Board,
St John’s Avenue, Bridlington,
East Yorkshire, YO16 4NG

or e-mail

The Masonic Hall Joint Lodge Board next meets on Friday 14th June at 7.30pm 

Catering by Martin & Ellie Ward