Alfred Lodge is one of the oldest lodges in the UK!
Its number, 546 ("Moderns") was warranted on April 27th, 1795, the number changed at the Union to 571, in 1832 to 384, and in 1863 acquired its present number 306.
In 1995, Alfred celebrated its Bicentenary. Being one of the oldest Masonic lodges, Alfred Lodge is still striving to promote the Masonic values and is always interested in welcoming likeminded men from diverse backgrounds who share the same moral values.
Alfred Lodge is located in Otley, Leeds, West Yorkshire, which is administered by the Provincial Grand Lodge of Yorkshire West Riding one of the 47 provinces of the United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE) which is the governing body of Freemasonry in England, Wales and the Channel Islands.
Alfred Lodge is one of many Masonic Lodges in Leeds