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 Kingston Lodge No 1010

The Kingston Lodge 1010 in Kingston upon Hull is in the Masonic Province of Yorkshire North & East Ridings, England. It was consecrated in 1864.

It meets at the Masonic Hall 69 Beverley Road, Hull HU3 1XL, just off the A1079. (Click on the address for link to map.) There is a capacious free carpark onsite (first time users have to register, please note.)

There is a bar in the reception area with armchairs for people to relax. It is usually open before and after Lodge meetings. If you wish to sample the reasonably priced alcoholic beverages you are advised to book a taxi, or organise a delegated driver (the bar has plenty of soft drinks too.)

The lifeblood of our Lodge is its members. We are all encouraged to enjoy our Freemasonry. As well as attending our own Lodge meetings we are able to visit other Lodges where we can meet new friends and see different Masonic ceremonies. In return the Kingston Lodge 1010 welcomes Brethren from elsewhere to attend our meetings and, of course, to dine afterwards. With its excellent catering and accessible location the Lodge offers a warm welcome to everyone.

Our Worshipful Master this year is W Bro Gary Crossland. He is pictured here wearing the blue Master's collar and jewel, of which the silver square is the original jewel presented to Kingston Lodge on its founding in 1864 by its first Master Simeon Mosely. The white ribboned breast jewel indicates that Gary is a member of the Chapter attached to the Lodge, and the banner behind him displays the three Kingston crowns.

The Worshipful Master and his Officers extend a warm welcome to visitors to this website, and we all hope for the pleasure of your company at one of our regular Lodge meetings in the near future. Further details about the Kingston Lodge 1010 may be found on the Lodge Profile Page.