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If you are interested in joining a Masonic Lodge in the Highlands of Scotland and know someone that is a Mason, you should speak to him (by telephone in times of Covid-19) regarding an application for joining Freemasonry

If you do not know anyone who is Freemason, you can fill in the short form below. We will get in touch to discuss this with you without any further obligation.

Membership of the Freemasons in Scotland is open to respectable men who believe in their personal Supreme Being. Applicants should be at least 21 years old (however if your father was in Freemasonry, you may be permitted admission at 18 years of age). 

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Masonic PROVINCES are how Freemasons administer membership. Some Lodges such as the ones on The Isles of Skye & Harris fall within the Province of INVERNESS-SHIRE. However the Secretary who receives your email will guide you to the Lodge nearest to the town in which you live.


Lodge St Duthus No 82 MH, Queen St., Tain Tain
Lodge Fortrose No 108 MH, 55-57 Kenneth St, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis Stornoway (+Lodge in Harris at Tarbert)
Robertson’s Lodge No 134 MH, 12 Duke St., Cromarty Cromarty
Lodge Fingal No 318 MH, Bridaig, High St., Dingwall Dingwall
Lodge Seaforth No 854 MH, Station Square, Fortrose Fortrose
Lodge Averon No 866 MH, Dalmore Rd., Alness Alness
Lodge Ness No 888 MH, Outram St., Invergordon Invergordon
Lodge Kyle No 1117 MH, Plockton Road, Kyle of Lochalsh Kyle of Lochalsh (+2 Lodges on Skye)
Lodge Rosehaugh No 1216 MH, George St., Avoch Avoch
Lodge St Martin No 1217 MH, 21 Argyll St., Ullapool Ullapool
Lodge Loch Ewe No 1551 MH, Aultbea Aultbea
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