“Good Food, Good Fellowship, Good Times…..”
At Radnor Lodge you will experience friendship and fellowship, and whilst we take our
Freemasonry and charitable practices seriously, we always have fun and strive to make
our Lodge enjoyable at all times.
We have recently introduced our ‘Fine Dining’ nights which focus on socialising within
the Lodge, with friends from Radnor Lodge as well as visiting Brethren friends.
The food is excellent and we all look forward to our next ‘Fine Dining’ night, (which will
be added to our ‘Meetings’ page and our ‘News’ page in due course).
The Formation and Consecration
The history of the Lodge opens on 11th September, 1895, when W. Bro. Rev. J. E. Player, of Temple Lodge, 558 and of Earl of Leicester Lodge, 2237, Prov. Gd. Chaplain of Kent and Past Prov.
Gd. Chaplain of Norfolk, with W. Bro. Lt.-Col. C. J. Hamilton, W.M. of Military Jubilee Lodge, 2195, W. Bro. W. K. Westropp, a P.M. of that Lodge, and Bro. A. J. De Butts, also of that Lodge and of Temple Lodge, met to discuss the formation of a new Lodge in Folkestone to be called Radnor Lodge… you can read the full history of Radnor Lodge by clicking the link below.