ABOUT OUR LODGE

A warm and welcoming Freemasonry Lodge based in Guildford, Surrey. Named after one of Britain's greatest battles in 1944 the decisive Japanese defeat in north-east India became the springboard for the Fourteenth Army’s subsequent re-conquest of Burma.  
The Lodge was founded in 1981 and still has the privilege of hosting three founder members. 
Situated in lovely surroundings at Weybourne House the lodge has great facilities as well as direct views across the River Wey, Shalford Meadows and Surrey Hills.
We meet every third Tuesday each month between October to March. Our Installation meeting is in February.

‘When You Go Home, 
Tell Them Of Us And Say,
For Your Tomorrow, 
We Gave Our Today’
KOHIMA EPITAPH 

WHO WE ARE

We are a Freemasonry Lodge comprising 27 members including 3 founding members. We have a number of serving and retired members of the Emergency services and Armed Forces, but overall we are an eclectic mix of like-minded individuals who all have the common aim to be good  citizens and to help make the world a better place. 

In this regard the Burma Kohima Lodge members have been lending support to families affected by the Nepal earthquake in 2015 . We have raised money through sponsorship and events and ensured that it has all reached its intended target in a remote village in Nepal.                                                                                   

COME AND VISIT

Address: Guildford Masonic Centre, Weybourne House, Hitherbury Close, Guildford, Surrey, GU2 4DR
Mail: info@burmakohima8978.org.uk

http://www.weybournehouse.co.uk

ENJOY THE HOSPITALITY

We are very fortunate to regularly enjoy popular meetings and always have the company of many regular visitors from surrounding provincial lodges. We welcome all Freemasons  to come and visit us at our lodge and if you are thinking about becoming a member please do not hesitate to get in touch.

We are a Singing Lodge ...
Our Lodge song,  "On the road to Mandalay" is taken from the classic poem that Kipling wrote when he first arrived in Moulmein;
By the old Moulmein Pagoda, lookin' lazy at the sea,...

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