About Bebington Lodge

Bebington Lodge No 7846 in the Register of the Grand Lodge of England

Bebington Lodge was consecrated in September 1962 by Wirral Masons local to the Bebington area and met in the Freemasons Masonic temple at the Lady Lever art gallery in Port Sunlight. The Wirral Freemasons Lodge prospered there until the Masonic temple closed in October 1986.  Bebington Lodge then moved to the Masonic hall in Whitby, Ellesmere Port, meeting there for 34 years until the hall closed in 2020.

Bebington Lodge of Freemasons now meets back in Port Sunlight at Hulme hall.

Hulme hall has had Wirral Freemasons Lodges meeting there successfully since 1986, it has its own large car park adjacent to the building and is a 4 minute walk from the train station.

The Lodge has 7 meetings per year on the second Tuesdays in Oct, Nov, Dec, Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr. October starts our season when we install our new Master for the year, we also meet for committee/ practice nights on the 2nd Tuesday of the month through out the year.

Bebington Lodge now attracts members with varied backgrounds (both professional and personal) from all over the Wirral and surrounding areas and has availability for a hand full of candidates to join their lodge each year.

Bebington Lodge is proud of the reputation it has for the ritual it performs at its meetings which is evident by the number of regular visitors we attract.

New members are encouraged to attend our social events, rehearsal nights along with the officers of the Lodge, as it is here that the elder members can help pass on their knowledge and help to maintain the reputation of the Lodge.

We look upon this as a hobby, not a chore.

Pictured above; of some of our Brothers who assisted at the November meeting to install the new Worshipful Master (pictured centre under the "G" )

Bebington Lodge has held various social events over the years, these vary year to year but have included Ladies nights, Lodge weekends away, Clay Pigeon Shoot, Christmas carols, barbecues, Sunday lunches, Curry and pint night to name a few.

These social functions also help the lodge to raise funds for our charitable causes.

Bebington Lodge is very good at raising funds, but members only donate what they can afford and are never pressured to give.

New Wirral Masons into Bebington Lodge will be welcomed and encouraged, although we appreciate that in these days not everybody has the same time or skill set to devote to Masonry, all members will be helped to progress at the pace that is right for them in what ever position they may aspire to achieve within Bebington lodge, as said before this is a hobby.