King’s College School Lodge was formed on 3rd May 1921 and holds four meetings a year at the School. These are on the fourth Friday in January, April and June and the first Friday in December. After each meeting, the School catering team provides a delicious meal in the dining hall. Every April, a new Master is elected and installed for the ensuing twelve months.
The Lodge makes significant donations to a number of Masonic and non-Masonic charities each year.
Anyone wishing to know more about Freemasonry is encouraged to contact the Lodge Secretary. Freemasons with an interest in the School are most welcome to visit our meetings as guests.
Enquiries should be directed to the secretary:
15 Lebanon Gardens, London SW18 1RQ
020 8871 2715 • 07887 911 360 • email@example.com
KCS Lodge: Master's Supper
February 20, 2016
Renowned soprano Dagmar Zeromska was accompanied on the piano by Erika Gundesen at a dinner hosted at the Dog and Fox in Wimbledon by the Master of King’s College School Lodge, Richard Bates and his wife Emma Flight.
KCS Lodge: new Master
April 24, 2015
Richard Bates (OK1985) was installed as Master of King’s College School Lodge at a ceremony in the Great Hall. The Lodge donated £250 towards School English and Spanish prizes. This was followed by drinks and a delicious 3-course meal in the dining hall. The occasion was well attended by members and guest of the Lodge, some of whom continued the celebrations across the road at the Crooked Billet at the end of the evening.
KCS Lodge: bronze for bowling
March 29, 2015
King’s College School Lodge entered a five-man team in the Surrey Masonic bowling championships at Tolworth. The captain, Michael Farrar, went through university on a bowling scholarship but failed to lead the his team to victory. Instead, the Lodge had to settle for a bronze medal, there being only three teams in the competition.
KCS Lodge of Instruction
September 10, 2013
Due to an influx of new members, KCS Lodge now holds frequent “Lodges of Instruction” in addition to its regular meetings. These are informal get-togethers, often in a local pub, where members can practice ceremonies and hold informative lectures followed by a drink and a chat. On 10 September 2013, some 25 members and guests (male and female) enjoyed a lecture by experienced Mason Chris Rashbrook (OK 1956) on the history of Freemasonry.
The Lodge of Instruction Secretary is Paul Mansell (OK 1983).