Welcome to the Home of Freemasonry in Walmer, Kent.
The Lord Warden Lodge No 1096.
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Interested in History, Curious as to what it’s about, want a challenge, want to meet new friends and acquaintances? Then how about Joining the oldest Freemason’s Lodge in Walmer.
We meet every third Tuesday, October to May.
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Local Charities Helped So Far
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Freemasonry has always been about making good men better. Individuals aim to shape their lives round five core principles.
Integrity: We say what we mean and we keep our promises.
Kindness: Although our families come first, we believe in playing a key role in our communities and give time and money to charitable ventures.
Honesty: We pride ourselves on openness, about what being a Freemason means for us.
Fairness: We treat everyone as equal – we listen to others, explore any differences and look for common ground.
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Who Can Join?
Any man over the age of 21 may join regardless of ethnic group, political views, economic standing or religion although he is expected to have a faith.
How do I join?
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Have you ever heard the expression “don’t let life happen to you, make the life you want to live happen because of you”?
Freemasonry can help develop relationships with like minded men, help you to belong, become involved in something worthwhile and above all, have fun.
Local and National Charities helped recently.
Digby Donnelly Appeal
£600 | Donation
When one of our members told us about a little boy who has a wonderful smile, despite suffering from an incurable illness called Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD). We just had to help.
The Lodge made a donation which was backed by the RUUN Ashore Club and the Athol Lodge in London. The money totalled £600.
So we thought, how can we present it, we decided on a Charity presentation evening, this took place on the 24th July 2018 at the Lodge, with over 50 people and lodge members, the evening was a fantastic success. (see news)
A big thank you goes out to all that helped and donated to such a worthwhile appeal.
Ellice's Wish to Walk
£226 | Donation
During the Charity event for Digby Donnelly, we held a £1 envelope and a normal Raffle, the total raised was £226.
We had already decided that the money would be donated to another equally worthwhile cause in Deal, Ellice’s Wish to Walk.
Ellice is 5 and from Deal, she was born with Diplegic Cerebral Palsy. Diplegic CP causes the messages from the brain, through the spinal cord, to the muscles to be abnormal. This causes spasticity. Ellice is unable to walk without assistance. She currently uses a walking frame or wheelchair, when tired.
SDR is surgery which can help Ellice by reducing the spasticity, improve walking patterns, range of motion and mobility, whilst making it easier to perform self-care i.e. getting dressed.
She is a very happy and independent little girl who puts a smile on anyone’s face when they meet her.
By helping Ellice reach her target, you will help Ellice to “have legs like her friends” and “be able to climb better” as Ellice puts it.
Details from Ellice’s Just4Children page
BBC Children In Need 2018
£100 | Donation
During our recent Ladies Night Festival, held at Princes Golf Club. The members of the Lodge along with their guests, enjoyed a fantastic evening. Part of the evening involved the customary Raffle and what we call the “Brown Envelope” Raffle. This involves each guest putting £1 into a brown envelope, one envelope is pulled from the hat, and that person and their partner wins a prize.
The takings for this raffle are then given to the charity of choice of the winner.
This years winner was Mrs Rosemary Ebden, and she selected, the BBC Children In Need Appeal 2018.
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