Holy Well Chapter No. 9437
Meeting at a rural canal side pub in the south of Warwickshire, visitors and new members alike will be treated to an intimate, unstuffy, and always welcoming atmosphere at Holy Well Chapter. Like its sponsoring lodge, Holy Well was founded as a tavern chapter, harking back to the powerful roots of Freemasonry. It’s a place of log fires, low ceilings, and simple but good fare, which somehow intensifies the smiling fellowship and warmth which always accompanies our meetings.
We have a wide range of members drawn mainly from lodges in the locality and spanning the spectrum from young to the really quite experienced, so it’s a great place to make new masonic friends. We meet on the third Tuesdays of January (Installation) April and November and try not to start before 6.30pm. Our subs are very reasonable indeed.
Our beautiful jewel, the design shared with the Lodge, represents the Holy Well in nearby Southam. For centuries this has been renowned for its healing properties, particularly for visual ailments. So, to complete your journey in pure and antient masonry and reach those parts yet out of sight, why not think about Holy Well? Whether you are thinking about your first step into Royal Arch, or wanting to be a joining member, you will be assured of a warm welcome.
Details are kept up to date in the yearbook. In the first instance please contact John Starley on 07768 933095 or at email@example.com