Leicester University students visit Freemasons’ Hall

On Wednesday 6th November 2013, the doors of Freemasons’ Hall, Leicester were opened for University of Leicester students to hear about Freemasonry and see inside the wonderful Grade II listed building.


The Wyggeston Lodge, the Universities’ Scheme Lodge for the University of Leicester, welcomed students who were given a tour of the Holmes Lodge Room, where the Lodge meets, which was built in 1910. Prof David Hughes gave a wonderful insight into the history about the building by Prof David Hughes. Dr Andy Green, Secretary of the Lodge, also gave a short talk on the aspects of Freemasonry and what it is all about.

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