Welcome to the Priory Lodge of Action. The name of our Lodge is derived from a house well known to Actorians as the “Acton Priory” and is over 130 years old.
We are a small but rather special lodge of approximately 30 members. We meet at the West London Masonic Centre Ealing. There are four regular meetings per year, in February, April, June and November. We hold various masonic functions throughout the year including our annual Ladies weekend where non-masonic guests are invited. We regularly meet at the Greenford Conservative Club and Freemasons Hall in London to discuss business and plan events.
Priory Lodge of Acton support many Masonic and non-masonic Charites and currently hold the status of Grand Patron of The New Samaritan Fund.
When Visitors leave our meetings they often remark how welcoming and friendly we are. The Lodge is formed of both younger and older members with one thing in common, to enjoy our Freemasonry and have fun.
Freemasonry is about sharing a common desire for charitable support and following a high moral code. It is a male-only society, focused on following the three core principles and improving oneself and others. Our society is open to men of any race, religion, political belief and status.
One of the most common misconceptions about Freemasonry – and there are many of them – is that you have to be invited to join. There is absolutely no reason why you should not ask to join – in fact that is the correct procedure.
We meet at The West London Masonic Centre in Ealing, during February, April, June and November
Read about the latest updates and changes, related to our brotherhood
CHARITY: Hungry school children in Tower Hamlets will be provided a Magic Breakfast
W Bro Richard Cavanagh LGR reports Over 1,000 hungry children will get their morning off to a better start, thanks to a grant of £60,000 from London Freemasons to children’s charity Magic Breakfast. Magic Breakfast currently provides school breakfasts in Primary, Secondary, Special Educational Needs schools and Pupil Referral Units across Scotland and England, reaching more than 200,000 children and young people every day. Its aim is to end child hunger in the mornings. The charity works with their partner schools to provide a free nutritious breakfast to their students, ensuring they start their day with the fuel they need.Read More
‘We’ve Got Your Back’: The Lennox Children’s Cancer Fund
W Bro Mark Russell reports Every year 1,800 children are diagnosed as suffering from some type of cancer. Even if you haven’t experienced it yourself, it is not difficult to imagine the emotional devastation and turmoil a parent must feel when receiving the news that their child is suffering from such a serious illness.Read More
New Faces: Meet 7 new men
Why are we Masons? A small sample of new members threw up the traditional reasons - family history, brotherhood and fraternity - but also some unexpected motives.Read More