Visiting The Dartmoor Lodge

Freemasons living in, moving to, or visiting, South Hams, Dartmoor, or indeed Devon and Cornwall in general, will always be assured of a warm welcome and an enjoyable evening as valued guests of The Dartmoor Lodge, in our masonic hall (see below) at South Brent in Devon: and it won't break the bank!

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For details of our forthcoming Meeting Dates, please refer to our Diary page. The date of our next meeting is prominently displayed in the centre of this home page.

If you plan to visit us, and wish to book a place at our Festive Board, please contact our Lodge Secretary, who will be delighted to help you. His details appear on our Contact Details page.

To find us, please see below, and/or refer to our our Map and Directions page.

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South Brent Masonic Hall

South Brent Masonic Hall is particularly conveniently placed, next to the A38 Devon Expressway, for South Hams, Dartmoor, Teignbridge, Torbay, Plymouth, Exeter, and South East Cornwall.

Our location is :
South Brent Masonic Hall
Totnes Road,
South Brent.
TQ10 9BX

The Hall is well utilized, and is currently home to the following masonic organisations (with contact email addresses):

Craft Lodges:-
The Dartmoor Lodge 4604 (See our Contact Details)

Yealm Lodge 8277
(Contact Jon Moran:

Holy Royal Arch Chapters:-
Dartmoor Chapter 4604
(Contact Ian Mcgregor:

Trinity Chapter 2595
(Contact Nick Clemens:

Allied Masonic Degrees:-
Dartmoor Council 200
(Contact Jim Evans:

Royal & Select Masters:-
Dartmoor Valley Council 250
(Contact Alastair Duncan:

Red Cross of Constantiine:-
Ascension Conclave 499
(Contact Dave Silman:

Pilgrim Preceptors:-
St. Petroc Conclave 7
(Contact Jim Evans:

"The Devon Masonic Choir"
(See left hand column of our Notices page)

Meetings for all the above appear on our Diary page.

To find us, please refer to our Map & Directions page for more information. The Post Code displayed there, and repeated in our address above, should easily get you here using 'Sat-Nav'.

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Parking details are included in the "PARKING & DIRECTIONS" section in the right hand column of our Map & Directions page.

The Dartmoor Lodge

Tyle at 19:15 on the 2nd Thursday each month except July & August. Installation is in April (when we tyle early & space may be limited).

Next Meeting: 8th March
Our business meeting prior to April's Installation.

See our NEWS page and our NOTICES page
for details of past events and announcements etc.

All our contact details are available on the Dartmoor Lodge Contact Details page. In addition, our Social Networking details are also listed below:

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Twitter account for Dartmoor Lodge No.4604

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Facebook page for Dartmoor Lodge No.4604

The Dartmoor Lodge is in the
Province of Devonshire
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Becoming a Mason

If you are interested in becoming a freemason, or discovering more about freemasonry, please look at our page Becoming a Mason, where you will find some helpful, and hopefully, useful information.  For further help or information, please contact our Lodge Mentor, who will be very pleased to hear from you: his details are on our Contact Details page.

dartmoor lodge logo If you are already a mason, and may be interested in joining The Dartmoor Lodge 4604, please contact our Lodge Secretary (see Contact Details page), who will be pleased to help you.

About the Dartmoor Lodge

The Dartmoor Lodge 4604 was consecrated on 30th April 1924. Our early meetings were held in various locations within the village of South Brent.

Subsequently, our Masonic Hall was constructed, and was finally dedicated on 24th January 1940. We have occupied it ever since.

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The First 20 Years is a booklet produced by W.Bro. Reginald G. Hard in 1944 to commemorate and detail the history of the first 20 years of Dartmoor Lodge. (This was a poor quality scan of a very old original copy: this has been scanned, cleaned, corrected and edited by W.Bro. Bob Carter).

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We work hard at our ritual, practicing "Emulation Ritual" (including some 'Dartmoor Workings') which we take extremely seriously, but we are a very friendly Lodge enjoying cameraderie and banter at the Festive Board, and we enjoy mixing socially. We have several social functions during the course of the year: details of events already planned are included on our Diary page.

Forthcoming Events

Imminent events: see Diary page and Notices page for more details

  • 17th Feb: Curry Night
  • 1st Mar: Lodge Practice
  • 8th Mar: Regular Lodge Meeting
  • 15th Mar: Advisory Committee Meeting
  • 24th Mar: Ladies Night