There are over 150 Freemasons Lodges meeting in 27 locations across Sussex.
These include Lodges with a particular focus on membership such as ourselves (generally, but not exclusively, those having a connection with aviation (in all its forms) and the armed services) and specialist Lodges focussed on football, rugby, shooting, motorcycling and classic motoring.
Freemasons have been meeting in Horsham since 1825, and six excellent Lodges now meet at the Normandy Centre in Denne Road, Horsham, including the largest membership lodge, our own Aviation and Combined Services Lodge.
The Normandy Centre provides us with good in house catering facilities and a newly refurbished bar, in addition to the facilities needed to carry out our Masonic ceremonies.
To talk to us about becoming a Freemason and joining the Aviation and Combined Services Lodge, please complete the adjoining contact form and we will get in touch with you.
Freemasonry is one of the world’s largest and oldest non-religious and non-political fraternal and charitable organisations. It is open to people from all walks of life, regardless of their race, religion, sexual orientation or socio-economic position in society.