Provincial Grand Lodge of Warwickshire

We hope that our website will tell you more about Freemasonry in general and the Province of Warwickshire in particular. Within this Province we have around 4,100 members meeting in 190 Lodges at 17 different locations. This will enable you to find somewhere close to where you live or work.

Provincial Grand Lodge of Mark Master Mason

This is a very old degree, with some indication that it existed in Scotland as early as 1599, although early evidence really only starts with documentation in the Craft Provincial Grand Lodge of Durham showing that it was being worked in the 1750’s. The first available mention of English Mark activity in surviving minutes is recorded for 1st September 1769

Rose Croix District of Warwickshire

The necessary qualifications for membership are for the applicant to be of high moral standing, to be willing to sign the prescribed declaration that he professes the Trinitarian Christian faith and to have been a Master Mason for twelve months or more. There is no requirement for an applicant to be a member of any other Order and nor does an interested Mason need to wait to be invited to apply for membership.

Royal Ark Mariner's

This is a very old degree, with some indication that it existed in Scotland as early as 1599, although early evidence really only starts with documentation in the Craft Provincial Grand Lodge of Durham showing that it was being worked in the 1750’s. The first available mention of English Mark activity in surviving minutes is recorded for 1st September 1769