Mark Masons' Hall, 86 St. James’s Street, London



Welcome to the Provincial Grand Lodge of Mark Master Masons of London

Tom Quinn
Provincial Grand Master

Welcome to the website for the Mark Province of London, the largest Province of Mark and Royal Ark Mariner Lodges under the Grand Lodge of Mark Master Masons of England and Wales. Our memberships currently exceed 3,100 and our Brethren are spread over 107 Mark Lodges and 88 Royal Ark Mariner Lodges.

The vast majority of these meet at Mark Masons’ Hall (86, St James’s Street, SW1A 1PL). However, the Province also has Lodges which meet at the Civil Service Club; Mumbai Square Restaurant (near Aldgate); Armoury House (the Honourable Artillery Company’s HQ); the West London Masonic Centre (Ealing); the Southgate Masonic Centre; Duke Street St James’s; Furniture Makers’ Hall in the City; the Union Jack Club (near Waterloo station) and the Water Rats public house (near King’s Cross station). So there’s a variety of venues to choose from!

London Mark maintains excellent relations with Metropolitan Grand Lodge and Chapter, and many Craft and Chapter members of every rank and level are also subscribers in our Mark Lodges. To underline its reputation for friendliness, London Mark Province holds regular social events – some for members only, many for members and their families and friends. For example, every January 200 or so members and guests gather in Bournemouth for our highly popular Burns Weekend. There’s an End of Year Party, trips to well-known tourist attractions, golf days, gourmet dining nights, and so on.

If you would like to know more about the Mark Degree, there is an informative video produced by Grand Lodge which can be viewed here. You can also use the “Contact Us” facility of this website to get in touch.

The secure Members’ Area contains a wealth of important information for Secretaries, Treasurers and members alike. Please do hit the “request a log-in button” and have a browse.

I look forward to meeting and greeting you all at our social functions and on the Masonic circuit in general, at Mark Masons’ Hall and elsewhere around this wonderful, vibrant Province of London.

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