Mercury Lodge No. 706

Motto: 'Suaviter in modo, fortiter in re'

Special work: To maintain and uphold the ancient landmarks of Freemasonry and to learn to express in character and life its principles and genuine tenets.

Location: Northampton

Meetings: Eight times a year, on Saturday afternoons.

History: If there is such an entity as a 'typical country lodge' then Lodge Mercury feels that it is probably an example.

The membership reflects a good cross-section of humanity at large. This diversity is reflected in their many reasons for attending Lodge. These may include the social aspects of meeting like-minded people, the hope of possible inner development, esotericism in the wider sense and interest in the ritual itself.

Freemasons will tend to share a common expectation of what constitutes a ‘good lodge’, but it is not easy to convey a sense of what makes Mercury the lodge that it is. Mercury tends to favour a certain independence of thought together with a degree of self-reliance, but then again this is hardly unusual in Masonry.

To register your attendance please use the Register Form on Bookings Page

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37-39 Surbiton Hill Road,

Surbiton,

Surrey,

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United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)20 8339 9000

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