Greville Lodge 4773

A Masonic Lodge in Warwick, United Kingdom

Alderson House, 23 High Street, Warwick, England, CV34 4AX

Our History

Greville Lodge No. 4773

Who are we?

Greville Lodge No. 4773 is a Masonic Lodge in the Province of Warwickshire, warranted by the United Grand Lodge of England. It is a progressive, happy, welcoming and growing Lodge with a reputation for some of the best ceremonial and ritual in Warwickshire.

Founded in 1925

The Lodge was founded in 1925 by members of other local Lodges and was consecrated in the Great Hall of Warwick Castle. The founders wished to identify the Lodge with the foremost family in Warwick, hence the Lodge takes its name from Sir Fu Ike Greville, 1'1 Lord Brooke (1554-1628) who was a courtier, a patron of poets and learned men, a writer of extraordinary intelligence and an eminent public figure during three reigns.

We meet in warwick

The Lodge meets at Alderson House, 23 High Street, Warwick which has been its home since 1962.

Meetings of the Lodge take place on the third Thursday of the month from September through until April with the exception of December.

These meetings normally start at 6.15pm but this can vary dependent on the content of the meeting. Following the Lodge meeting we all dine together at what we call the Festive Board.

We also hold Lodge of Instruction meetings on nine Friday evenings during the year where we learn and practice ritual for our masonic ceremonies.

Social Events

The Lodge also meets socially. We have a Christmas Party in mid-December where we invite our family and friends. We also usually hold a social event during the summer also for family and friends. Other social and informal gatherings are organised by the Social Committee and the Lodge membership during the year.

Our Members

Greville Lodge's membership comprises men from all backgrounds and ages, with the many masons visiting us from other Lodges acknowledging that we are a very friendly Lodge.

How we describe our Lodge

We asked a group of our own members, old and new, how they would describe the Lodge, and these are a few of the comments we received:

● Warm and friendly welcome to new members joining the Lodge.
● All members are treated with respect and treated equally regardless of background.
● A feeling that there is always someone there to support you.
● Almost 100 years of history and tradition.
● A good combination of humour combined with a high standard of Masonic ritual.
● Strong charitable ethos in terms of giving and support.
● Lodge successful in recruitment and retention of members.

New members welcome

We welcome any man over 21 years with an interest in Freemasonry and a belief in a Supreme Being to talk with us about membership. As with all Freemasonry neither religion or politics are discussed at meetings.


All we ask of members is that they commit to a regular attendance at Lodge meetings and contribute to the life and the work of the Lodge itself.