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United Grand Lodge of England

The home of Freemasonry in England, Wales, the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man and a number of Districts overseas.

Province of East Kent Freemasons

Masonic Charitable Foundation

“Funded entirely by Freemasons, we build better lives by encouraging opportunity, promoting independence and improving wellbeing”

Cornwallis East Kent Freemasons Charity

The Cornwallis East Kent Freemasons’ Charity is committed to supporting community groups by making grants towards projects that will directly benefit disadvantaged people in East Kent.

Freemasonry for women came to this country from France in 1902 in the form of mixed Lodges (Co-Masonry). In 1908 some Co-Masons decided to break away to start a new Order because they objected to control from France and to some of the ritual and influences found in Co-Masonry. They wanted to practise Freemasonry on the same lines as the male United Grand Lodge of England.

What Is Freemasonry?

Learn more about the history and core values of Freemasonry

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Function Rooms For Hire In Gravesend

The Ruckland Room

With a capacity for 120 people when set up for formal dining, 180 people for a buffet style event, or comfortably 160 theatre style for conferences, this is our largest room.

A wide range of seating and table configurations can be achieved according to requirements.
A full sound-system is available, free internet and Wi-Fi for displays and presentations, along with a raised non-intrusive stage and sprung dance floor.

Heating and air conditioning are complimented by natural air and light, although full blackout can be achieved if required.

There is ramped, direct access to the rear private car park for loading and unloading – extensive public parking is just across the road.

The Ruckland Room can be utilised with the adjacent Lounge Bar and is often booked with The Pocahontas Room to provide both additional space and exclusivity.