At present only a small number of Lodge Meetings are being held within the Province of Edinburgh. Most of these are Business Only or restricted to Members Only. Please contact individual Lodge Secretaries for more details.
A Welcome from the Provincial Grand Master,
Brother Alan Dickson
Welcome to the Provincial Grand Lodge of Edinburgh’s website, whether you are living in Edinburgh or preparing to visit I hope you manage to find what you are looking for. Within these pages, you will find details of Edinburgh’s lodges and news of other masonic events organised within the Province.
If you are planning to visit one of Edinburgh’s lodges you will find a calendar of lodges meetings, contact details and what they are working. I can assure you of a warm welcome by friends you may know as well as those yet to meet. If travelling from outside of Edinburgh, and planning to visit a lodge, it is advisable to contact the Lodge Secretary, so they know to expect you.
Please use the “contact the PGL Secretary” if you have any general questions or ideas for the Province to consider, or if you have some thoughts on how we can improve the experience of using the Province’s website.
Brother Alan Dickson
Provincial Grand Master
The Provincial Grand Lodge of Edinburgh is responsible for
thirty-six masonic lodges in the city of Edinburgh.
Freemasonry welcomes upright men who believe in their own Supreme Being
to follow a journey of moral advancement.
Interested in joining Freemasonry?
If you believe that you have something to contribute to the community in which you live, or in pursuing a personal journey of learning through Freemasonry, then our fraternity may be for you. Please complete the contact form on this page or write to:
Provincial Grand Secretary
Provincial Grand Lodge of Edinburgh
c/o 230 Leith Walk
Our fraternity is founded on three great principles: Brotherly Love, Relief, and Truth. Each member is encouraged to build these principles into his daily life, and his dealings with all people, not just other freemasons.
Tolerance for the beliefs and opinions of others.
Charity is extended to those in the community in which the freemason lives.
Honesty and integrity in personal, business, and public life.