Mundy Grove Lodge No.506 

Long Eaton Masonic Hall, Derbyshire


About Us








About Us

Warrant 27th December 1844 - Centenary Warrant dated 12th January 1945

Mundy Grove Lodge 506 is one of the oldest Lodges in the Province of Derbyshire

We have 7 meetings per year and our Members are aged between 30yrs - 90yrs

Mundy Grove provides a platform for good men to improve themselves

Our Social activities are aimed at enjoyment of life, through companionship

Social Family Meals, Outdoor & Indoor Activities, Christmas Meal & Carols

Over the years many strong and lasting friendships have been made within Mundy Grove Brethren


Mundy Grove Charity Donations were sent to :

   £250 Blythe House Hospice, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Derbyshire, Blythe House Hospice offers free, individualised, holistic care and support for anyone in the High Peak living with cancer or other serious, life threatening illness.  

   £250 The TLC Appeal, Teddies for Loving Care, TLC’s simple objective is for Freemasons to provide teddy bears, principally to Hospital Accident and Emergency units, but also to others in need for the medical and administration staff to give at their discretion, to children admitted who are in severe distress and here the staff feel that a teddy to cuddle will help alleviate that distress and to assist them in their urgent work.

   £250 LEMBA The Long Eaton Masonic Benevolent Association, LEMBA is the central registered charity that co-ordinates certain charitable donations by all the lodges and side degrees at Long Eaton Masonic Hall.

   £250 The Showman’s Guild Funfair Event for Disabled Children Long Eaton    

The Freemasons of Derbyshire are delighted to be asked to help organise this wonderful event. Our goal is to give the children and adults a marvellous experience, when for a day they can forget about their difficulties and truly enjoy themselves.

Brother Don Spalton  Arranged a get-together on a cruise to the Canaries of Freemasons on the ship for anyone
 interested and ten people attended the first meeting including an American lady from Alaska who is a member of Eastern Star, a ladies' lodge. We decided to hold a reception with partners and this took place on the final formal evening mid Atlantic when the photograph was taken.

Pub & Pint

A few Mundy Grove Brethren enjoy a informal Pub & Pint at The John Thompson, Ingleby, Derbyshire.

Reaching the 3 Peaks Challenge !

  The December meeting of Mundy Grove Lodge (506) saw the culmination of the Three Peaks Challenge with the presentation of a cheque to the Right Worshipful Provincial Grand Master J G R Rudd, with many of those brethren that took part in the event being present. In the first weekend of June last year a team of 18 brethren travelled to Fort William to climb Ben Nevis in Scotland, Scafell Pike in Cumbria and           Mount Snowden in Wales all in aid of the 2014 Festival.


The Provincial Grand Master accepted a cheque for £12,295.29 from W Bro Neil Ruddiman, the Worship Master of Mundy Grove, on behalf of the Three Peaks team, representing the largest amount raised in one single event by Derbyshire Masons.

  Others that braved the Three Peaks included WBro L Kirkman (6736), WBro C Sellars (9363), WBro P Massey (9074), WBro R Atkin (884), WBro J Curzon (353), WBro C Taylor (5603), Bro C Thurman (6736), WBro J Webb (4147), WBro M Fallon (9074), BroM Wilkinson (8458), Bro D Smith (9493), Bro T Waddington (9063) and ably assisted by the support team of WBro F Dawson (9436), WBro S Tingey (9436), WBro W Millichip (5027) and WBro J Ho (802).

Christmas Carols 

The Provincial Grand Master and members of the Festival Committee then joined brethren, partners and guests at a packed Christmas Festive Board in Long Eaton Masonic Hall, where everyone was able to enjoy a traditional Christmas meal and ‘sing away the night’ with a wide choice of Christmas Carols

  PM Mark.J.Ellis furnishing the Prov GM, with a cheque towards The Derbyshire Festival 2014, in the sum of £1,600.00. The PGM. in response, furnished the WM with an inscribed ‘festival maul and block’ in recognition, in achieving their target of £15,400.00 – plus an additional cheque of (£100.00 resulting, from a Lodge Golf Day).

Other charities supported University Of Nottingham.

The sum of £466 was passed to LEMBA from Mundy Grove in November 2011

Freemasonry has been concerned with the care of orphans, the sick and the aged. This work continues today, In addition, large sums are given to national and local charities, money distributed to charity by Freemasons in the UK comes second only to the National Lottery, Mundy Grove supports the good that it does.

   A Promotional Video from Mundy Grove Lodge 506, Long Eaton, Derbyshire.


History The Mundys Name & Famous Masons (click)


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