St David's Lodge

Number 384

Bangor, North Wales

The Secretary

St Davids Lodge No.384

Bangor Masonic Hall

Ffordd y Parc

Parc Menai


LL57 4FA




Site Version 5.4 March 2018


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Welcome to the St David's Lodge Internet site.

St David's Freemasons lodge was founded in 1827 in Bangor making it the oldest existing lodge in North Wales. To appreciate the historical context Thomas Telford’s Menai Suspension Bridge was completed one year earlier.

More recently during 2016 St David's lodge has been granted Universities Scheme status by the United Grand Lodge of England. This is a great privilege and will more readily enable applications for membership from alumni, staff and students of Further and Higher Education (in addition to non student members).

This is a new (draft) Internet site as of March 2018 and bilingual content is presently under development.

Your interest is appreciated. Please browse though the site using the navigation bar. Enquiries or questions are welcome via the “contact us” form or email link provided.



Photo shows the Cenotaph Bangor


Photo shows the first three University initiates to St Davids Lodge. Front Row in White Regalia left to right; Luke Bidder (Wales), Tyler Marin (Texas), Nedeslav Petronov (Bulgaria). Back Rows in Blue Regalia left to right; Peter Williams (former Lecturer), David John Siviter (Former Lecturer) Alun Jones (Chair), Martin Wyn Jones (Former Research / Lecturer and Bangor Alumni)