About Pilgrim Lodge

Pilgrim Lodge, the local chapter of Freemasons in Leeds, meet each 1st and 3rd Monday at 7:00pm informally to practice for the formal lodge night which is held on the 4th Monday of each month at 6:30pm excluding June, July August and December.

This formal night is then followed by a festive board (meal) where all the brethren sit down together and enjoy each other’s company. The cost for this night is usually around £15.00 but it is not mandatory that you attend, though most do.


Although there are several regional and national Masonic charities, which you can read about under the section Charity, Pilgrim Lodge, supported by Yorkshire West Riding Province, is also very active in local charities.

These include supporting the Yorkshire Air Ambulance, purchasing waterproof radios for the Otley Sailing Club and purchasing and building a playground for a local school etc. The list goes on..

Social Life

Pilgrim Lodge also has a very busy social life. Freemasonry in general believes where possible we should include our wives, families and friends. Throughout the year we hold ladies lunches, ladies evenings, a garden party and many other events. These are generally well supported and enjoyed by all, not just by Freemasons in Leeds

Visiting Pilgrim Lodge

If you would like to visit Pilgrim Lodge where Freemason in Leeds meet, please liaise with our local Lodge recruitment officers, whose details are shown on the how to join page.

They will be happy to arrange for you to come along and show you around and discuss Freemasonry in general. Alternatively, why not come and meet us on either the 1st or 3rd Monday where you could also meet the brethren, who would be happy to answer any of your questions and dispel some or all of the myths about Freemasonry.