Social Events

Priory Lodge social events

Freemasonry extends far beyond our lodge meetings, members of Priory Lodge and along with their families enjoy social activities organised inside and outside of Freemasonry. Below you can see just a few of the recent events that have taken place in Keynsham and across the West of England

Burns Night Celebrations.
Every January or February meetings at Priory Lodge are open for members, their families and their guests to enjoy a special Burns Night Supper.

68 people sat down to a Haggis supper and were treated to the address to the Haggis by W Bro Jim Mail in 2016 and 72 people attended in 2020. The Haggis is paraded into the room with loud clapping and then cut during the address to the haggis. The evenings are highly successful and everyone has a great time every year.

On Friday 12th January 2018 during Burns Night W Bro Purchase handed a cheque to the British Heart Institute and University Hospitals Bristol NHS Trust for £2,022-50p on behalf of Priory Lodge and Somerset Freemasonry. The cheque was given to Lydia McGivern (Community Fundraising Officer of Above & Beyond Charity and Simon Law (Volunteer) of the Bristol Heart Institute.

In 2020 £1000 was given to Keynsham Dial a Ride during the evening.

Ladies Festival. Every lodge in Freemasonry has a day or weekend dedicated to family, these range from hall & hotel hire evenings; hotel weekends and through to beach and countryside resorts. Every Freemason is encouraged to attend their own Ladies Festival and they are very welcome to attend other lodge Festivals as well. It’s possible to enjoy events in Freemasonry every week, there’s so many opportunities happening and often well advertised to the Masonic community.Contact us: Write to: Priory Lodge, Keynsham Hall, 99 Bath Road, Keynsham, Bristol BS31 1SR.
Or e-mail membership@priorylodge6913.com

Butcombe Brewery Tour & Charity Donation.  Members of Priory Lodge along with friends and family filled a minibus in June for the Priory Lodge beer tour to Butcombe Brewery. WBro Paul Marshall presented Butcombe with a cheque for £350.00 for their chosen charity, The Somerset and Dorset Air Ambulance which Somerset Freemasons also heavily support every year.  Butcombe Brewery is based in mid Somerset and after the beer tour which shows people first hand how the Butcombe beer is produced, attendees are taken to the brewery bar to sample each of Butombe’s Ales & Cider.  Butcombe Bitter is the West Country’s most popular bitter… currently pouring in over 1000 pubs and clubs within a 50 mile radius of Bristol. butcombe.com/brewery