Neleus Lodge meets on the 3rd Saturday of February, May, July and September at the Beaconsfield Masonic Centre, Windsor End, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, HP9 2JW.

Our Lodge was consecrated by W. Bro. J E Bowen PAGDC DepPGM on 17th September 1904 at The Leopold Institute, Slough.

 

The Neleus Lodge originated  to commemorate the Jubilee of the Boating Club from ideas of members of the Neleus Club, who had their headquarters on the Middlesex side of the River Thames at Hammerton's boating house, Thames Ditton. 

The lodge has had various meeting places including Skindles Hotel, Taplow 1907-13, Angler's Rest, Wraysbury 1913-23, Dumb Bell Hotel, Taplow 1923-46, Masonic Hall, Slough 1946-60, Misbourne Restaurant, Gerrards Cross 1961-82 and since 1986 the Beaconsfield Masonic Centre.

A Brief History of Neleus Lodge

The Neleus Lodge was Consecrated by W. Bro. J E Bowen PAGDC DepPGM at the Leopold Institute, Slough, on 17th September 1904.

The Neleus Lodge originated to commemorate the Jubilee of the Boating Club from ideas of members of the Neleus Club, who had their headquarters on the Middlesex side of the Thames at Hammerton's boating house, Thames Ditton.

The lodge has had various meeting places including Skindles Hotel, Maidenhead 1907-13, Angler's Rest, Wraysbury 1913-23, Dumb Bell Hotel, Taplow 1923-46, Masonic Hall, Slough 1946-60, Misbourne Restaurant, Gerrards Cross 1961-82 and since 1986 the Beaconsfield Masonic Centre.

We meet on the 3rd Saturdays in February, May, July & September and have 2 daughter lodges, Nestor Lodge No. 8184 and Erdemont Lodge No. 5865..  If you would like more information on joining Neleus Lodge please click here. 

Next Regular Lodge  Meeting - Saturday 15th February 2020