Brownswood Lodge membership is varied and diverse covering a broad spectrum of professions and interests. The Lodge prides itself as one of the friendliest in the whole of Essex, Maintaining the Brownswood Spirit.

Lodge History

Brownswood Lodge’s Warrant from the Grand Lodge of England is dated 30th May 1921; formed by members of Stoke Newington Lodge No.2552 and Consecrated on the 6th October 1921.

Brownswood is one of the 1321 Hall Stone Lodges. It’s Hall Stone Jewel (which is attached to a collarette) is inscribed with the words “Presented to Brownswood Lodge No.4272 on the 3rd March 1926 by the MWGM, the Duke of Connaught.”

When and where we meet

Brownswood Lodge is based at Rochford Masonic Hall, Old Court House, South Street, Rochford, SS4 1BQ in the province of Essex; We meet five times a year (2nd Thursday in January; 1st Thursday in April, 2nd Thursday in May, 3rd Thursday in October (Installation) & 3rd Thursday in November in the afternoons around 5 O’clock) in Rochford’s most delightful Temple.

Lodge Crest

The Lodge Emblem displayed at the head of the Summons, which is also portrayed on the Brownswood Lodge Banner, bears a representation of the Brownswood Prebendary Stall in St. Paul’s Cathedral, which dates to the early part of the 12th Century.

Contact: Phil Hewer.