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Monolithos Lodge No. 8475

Grand Summer Ball

White Table Event

A "White Table" event is an invitation not just to Freemasons and their wives, partners, friends and family but in fact anyone who might be interested in learning more about Freemasonry in general.


So, if you’ve ever thought about becoming a Freemason, then this event could be for you. This evening is an opportunity for non-masons and their wives or partners to meet us and learn about our work in the community, particularly the charitable and fraternal nature of our organisation.


Freemasonry has over 250,000 UK members meeting in over 8000 lodges, and next to the national lottery, we are one of the largest contributors to charitable causes in the UK - giving £51.1m to deserving causes in 2020 alone.


This is a great charity event in aid of a very worthy cause, why not join us for a spectacular evening of celebrations, fine dining, live music and dancing.


There's no expectations or commitment required, after all - you don’t need to be a freemason to enjoy a good party!

What is Freemasonry ?


Integrity, Friendship, Respect and Charity

Freemasonry is one of the oldest social and charitable organisations in the world and its principles are Integrity, Friendship, Respect and Charity.

We are a unique members’ organisation that has thrived for over 300 years. Having no political or religious affiliations, we comprise members of all ages, races, religions, cultures and backgrounds. 


We meet in our individual Lodges throughout the country where we have ceremonial traditions which encourage us to be both more tolerant and respectful and actively to fulfil our civic and charitable responsibilities; we also make time to eat, drink and meet together, and form lifelong friendships.


Charity has always been a core principle of Freemasonry and we’re proud of our 300-year history of helping those in need. Our members make an important contribution at a local, national and global level every year by giving both their time and money to make a real difference to a number of organisations and communities.


It’s why Freemasonry is one of the largest charitable givers in the country, contributing £51.1m to deserving causes in 2020 alone. Freemasons do not only donate money – more than 18.5 million hours of volunteer work is undertaken by our members in their communities every year.


Our members engage in many activities including community fundraising and volunteering, as well as a varied programme of events where spouses, partners and families are welcome. We’ve made substantial donations across the country to local air ambulances and blood bikes and provide a number of emergency response vehicles, including two super aerial platforms for the London Fire Brigade.


Freemasonry does a huge amount for medical research into treatments for cancer, diabetes, heart disease and a whole range of other conditions, including Alzheimer's, by funding UK medical scientists to make ground breaking discoveries.


Funded entirely through the generosity of Freemasons and their families, the Masonic Charitable Foundation is one of the largest grant-making charities in the country, and aims to help build better lives by enabling opportunity, advancing healthcare and education and promoting independence.

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