UGLE University Scheme

Preston’s University Scheme Lodge

Preston Guild Lodge meets at Preston Masonic Hall, Saul Street, a short walk from the UCLan campus, and just off ring way is accessible from all parts of Preston.
As Preston’s University Scheme Lodge, Preston Guild aims to reach Undergraduates, Post graduates Alumni and staff, helping students settle to life in Preston.
The Lodge meets on the fourth Monday of the month from September to April.

What happens at a Lodge meeting?

Freemasonry is organised in smaller units of members, called Lodges, where meetings are held, and members meet together. A Freemason Lodge is a place where members will spend a significant part of their journey in Freemasonry and each member can freely choose the Lodge they wish to be part of. 

Lodge meetings are typically held in two parts. The first involves more administrative procedures, such as proposing and balloting for new members and receiving news about charitable fundraising. The second part focuses on ceremonies, which might relate to areas such as the admittance of new members or the installation of the Master of the Lodge and his officers – a process made up of three degrees, or stages, each marked by a special ceremony.

To start your Masonic Journey, fill in the contact form below and our Scheme Representative will be in contact