Old Wilsonianís Lodge No 6602

 

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Welcome to our lodge web site. We get our name from our old school, Wilson's Grammar School, as it was known at the time the lodge was created, in 1948. The school was founded in Camberwell in 1615 by Edward Wilson and granted a Royal Charter by King James I. In 1974 the school relocated to a new building in Mollison Drive, Wallington, Surrey. The building in Camberwell is leased to the Camberwell College of Art, part of the London Institute.

The Old Wilsonianís Lodge members include:

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old boys of the school,

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parents of old boys,

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governors,

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masters and

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friends of Old Wilsonianís.

The regular lodge meetings are held on the third Thursday in October, (installation), the second Thursday in January, the first Thursday in March and the second Thursday in June. We currently meet at Mark Masons Hall, 86 St James's Street, London, SW1A 1PL. It is customary to dine after our meeting which is referred to as the festive board.

For more information on the old school lodge please contact the lodge secretary:

Gregory Kirby MBA

38 Straightsmouth,
Greenwich,
SE10 9LD

Tel No. 020 8293 3880

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