New Broomfield Lodge No.7189
United Grand Lodge of England
Consecrated 23rd June 1952
Founder Member of the Metropolitan Grand Lodge of London Grand Patron Royal Masonic Hospital
Welcome to the website of New Broomfield Lodge (Number. 7189 on the Register of the United Grand Lodge of England), a Masonic Lodge in West London, and one of London’s most friendly and socially active Masonic Lodges.
This website isn’t designed to answer all the questions you may have about Freemasonry (although we’ve included links to external pages that hopefully will), but should give you a flavour of New Broomfield Lodge, and why our members enjoy it so much, and why visitors to our meetings come back and take part in our social events.
Please take some time to read why we think joining New Broomfield Lodge is one of the best decisions you could make, and also a little history about us. For more information please contact us using the form provided on this website to find out more, and please have a look around this website and hopefully you’ll get a sense of the unique experience that members and visitors to our Lodge enjoy.
New Broomfield Lodge has a proud heritage, and the quality of our work is of a high standard. However, that doesn’t mean it we don’t have fun. All our members can tell you just how many curve balls take place at the Classes of Instruction – but it’s always “alright on the night” !
This means that our Lodge meetings are carried out to a high quality, but we also have an active social calendar. Exactly what you want if you are looking to join a Masonic Lodge in West London !
If you are thinking about joining Freemasonry then get in contact with us and it would be great to welcome you.
Freemasonry can mean many things to many people. However, the basic principles form an unshakeable bond of mutual beneficence and fraternity. Every Lodge is unique to its own brethren, who hold a special affection for the time and place where they were made masons. This is an experience which can never be repeated, but will always be remembered by the individuals concerned.
Whilst a mason feels a particular affection for his mother lodge, the warmth between brethren from all lodges goes beyond superficial boundaries and confirms Freemasonry as a truly universal craft.
W Bro. Vivek Rawal
Worshipful Master 2019-2020