Come and Meet Us

During the coming months our mobile display unit, with its team of volunteers, will be visiting High Streets and other events in towns throughout East Kent. It will be sited in a prominent position and our volunteers will be pleased to meet you and answer any questions about becoming a Freemason.

Schedule of Forthcoming Visits

2018

February
3rd: Come and Meet Us – Windmill Street by Natwest Bank Gravesend
10th: Come and Meet Us – The Mall, Chequers Maidstone
24th: Come and Meet Us – Rainham Shopping Centre

March
10th: Come and Meet Us – Ashford, Upper High Street
24th: Junction of Blue Boar Lane and High Street Rochester

April
1st & 2nd: Come and Meet Us – Festival of Steam Chatham Dockyard.
6th: Come and Meet Us – North Street traffic lights, Smiths Square Gillingham
14th: Come and Meet Us – Ramsgate Market, High Street Ramsgate

May
17th: Provincial Grand Chapter – Annual Festival – Margate
26th: Canterbury, outside M&S

July
6th – 8th: Kent County Show, Kent Showground

August
18th/19th: Biddenden Tractorfest, Woolpack Corner, Biddenden

December
1st & 2nd: Provincial Pantomime – Venue to be confirmed.

 

Further dates will be published here shortly

Kent Museum of Freemasonry

The Kent Museum of Freemasonry

The Kent Museum of Freemasonry in Canterbury is open seven days a week from 10am to 4pm. It serves to explain much about Freemasonry in general and its evolution in Kent in particular. The museum is located in St Peter’s Place, near the Westgate Tower and can be found on the “Visit Canterbury” tourist map available from the Tourist Information Centre.

Click here for museum contact and visitor information.

It is run by volunteers, most of whom are Freemasons, and sometimes their partners help too. There is no admission charge and members of the public are warmly welcomed. The volunteers are on hand to answer your questions about Freemasonry or the artefacts on display in the museum. The museum includes an extensive library of books about Freemasonry and also about family history.

Read more about the Kent Museum of Freemasonry.