Welcome to Loyal Travellers Lodge No.2733
Hello, welcome and thank you for visiting our lodge website. My name is Leslie Robinson and I am the Master of the lodge for 2016. Ours is a very successful and friendly Craft lodge which meets on Saturday in the Solihull and Knowle area of Birmingham, and within easy reach of Coventry and Warwick. We meet on the third Saturday in the months of January, February, March, April, October, and November, usually at 5.00pm at the Knowle Masonic Temple, 1621 Warwick Road, Knowle B93 9LF.
We hope this site will provide visitors who are not Freemasons an opportunity to explore our history and learn a little more about our fraternity.
Here are some comments from our members about the benefits of a Saturday lodge:
* Saturday night lodges give people like myself who have high work commitments during the week a chance to join a wonderful Fraternity, that is Freemasonry. If it was not for Loyal Travellers' lodge meeting on a Saturday it would be impossible for me to be a member.
* My wife loves to meet a group of other masons' wives on the Saturday evening at a restaurant for a good chat and a meal out.
*I have only recently joined and the strong mentoring scheme that attaches me to an experienced mason, makes for more enjoyment and understanding.
*I have the morning and afternoon with my wife and children. We finish lodge at approximately 9.30pm which leaves me ample time to get home to watch a late film on the tele with my wife, before bedtime.
If you are already a Freemason and would like to visit or join our lodge or for any further information please make your request on the 'Contact us' page accompanied with your details.
Please click here if you're interested in becoming a Freemason.
Yours sincerely and fraternally,
W.Bro Leslie Robinson, Worshipful Master
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