Atherstone Boxing Club Fighting Back

Atherstone Boxing Club have received £200 from Atherstone Lodge 1333 to help it bounce back from the ropes.  The club has said they will be putting this donation towards new equipment.  This will allow them to provide an improved training environment with all round better facilities for the people of Atherstone and surrounding areas.

Posted March 12 2012


Local Polesworth Scout Group Receive a Helping Hand

Polesworth (Abbey) Scout Group has received a donation of £330 from Athelstan Lodge 1333 towards relocating to a new headquaters.  Upon receiving the donation Derron Blount, Group Scout Leader, had the following to say, “On behalf of Polesworth (Abbey) Scout Group, I would like to thank you for Athelstan Lodge No.1333’s kind donation of £330.00.”

As a symbol of gratitude Polesworth (Abbey) Scout Group have also added Athelstan Lodge’s crest to the foot of their standard letters.  Athelstan Lodge has since been listed as a supporter of Polesworth (Abbey) Scout Group in their official records.

Posted 12 March 2012


1st Atherstone Scouts Receive a Boost From Athelstan Lodge

Athelstan Lodge donates to Atherstone Scouts1st Atherstone Scout Group has received a donation of £600 from Athelstan Lodge 1333 to help fund a camping holiday planned for Summer 2012. The Assistant County Commissioner Kim Marston and the Scout group’s children were delighted to receive this donation from Athelstan Lodge.

Kim said “Thank you all so much for your wonderful donation tonight for the youngsters at 1st Atherstone. This will make the trip a lot more achievable to some of those less fortunate, and mean a difference between more kids going and not.” Kim then went on to say “You are all truly wonderful, and once again thank you all from all the kids in the Group.”

Athelstan Lodge recently forged links with 1st Atherstone Scout group following a donation from the United Grand Lodge of England.

Photo:  WM, Rob Evans (left), Kim Marston, members and a helper of Atherstone Scouts, and Senior Warden, Richard Smith (right).

A further donation of £600 was also made to Mancetter Scouts on the same evening.

Posted 11 March 2012


New News Editor

Let me introduce myself as the new news editor for Athelstan Lodge 1333.

I am Bro Mark Townend and I have been a member of Athelstan Lodge since 2007.  My job from this point forward will be to publish articles relevant to Athelstan Lodge which might be of interest to Members and public alike.

If you have anything that you feel might be of interest please e-mail me on: news@athelstan1333.org.uk

Posted 11 January 2012


Athelstan Lodge forges links with local Scout Group

Scouts LogoFollowing a donation made by the United Grand Lodge of England to assist in the re-creation of the Atherstone (Lockley) Cub Scout Pack, a relationship between 1st Atherstone Scout Group and The Athelstan Lodge 1333 has been formed.

Initially, officers of Athelstan Lodge visited the newly formed Cub Pack and were highly impressed with the activities that the Cubs were completing and the dedication shown by the leaders.

In return, the Scout group visited the Masonic Lodge Rooms in Atherstone and a presentation was given by Bro Richard Smith identifying the key similarities between Scouting and Freemasonry.

Richard commented: “It was a bit of a challenge to give a presentation with such an age range of people, but the Cubs and the Scouts asked a lot of questions about the room and Freemasonry in general.”

Athelstan Lodge is pleased that a relationship now exists  with Atherstone Scouts and looks forward to providing  continuing support in the future.

Posted 11 January 2012


New Website approved by PGL

The new Athelstan Lodge 1333 website has received the seal of approval from the Provincial Grand Lodge of Warwickshire and can now be advertised to the world at large.

The United Grand Lodge of England no longer issues the UGLE Charter Mark that you may see on other Masonic sites.  We are still “legal” though …

We trust the site will be of use to members, visitors and the general public.

Posted 5 January 2012