Hawke's Bay Research Lodge No. 305

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Consecrated in 1933


WBro Nigel Friggens,
GS 13 Rakau street,
Havelock North 4130
Ph (06) 877 4451

Senior Warden:
WBro D A MacLeod, PGS
193 Te Mata Road
Havelock North 4130
Ph (06) 877 4868

Junior Warden:
WBro R J Barrett
84 Greenwood Road,
Havelock North 4130
Ph (06) 877 884

VWBro C B Heyward, PGLec, PM,
10 Rose Street,
Ph (06) 857 8299
Bro K J Tinker
609c Grays Road,
Hastings 4120
Ph (06) 878 9775

to be appointed

The Lodge meets in the Hastings Masonic Centre, 307 Jervois Street, Hastings
on the first Monday in the months of February, May, August and November.

Installation meeting in August.
Secretary - Email: coljan@inhb.co.nz

Freemasons New Zealand



Latest News

September 30, 2014

New Lectures Added

The latest lectures have been added to the site

An appreciation of Freemasonry by VWBro John Ca Francis read lecture>>

Chess and Freemasonry by Bro A J (Tony) Ford read lecture>>

On Visitors by Bro Harvey Lovewell read lecture>>

Innovations and Deviations by VWBro Gary Muir read lecture>>

Rev Dr James Anderson –A Founder of Modern Freemasonry? Or, Craft Masonry and the forming of the Constitution by WBro David Reid read lecture>>

Two good reads by WBro Nigel Friggens read lecture>>

Am I a Master Mason by WBro Paul Hawke read lecture>>

The Origins of Speculative Freemasonry and Modern Academic Discipline By Bro Robert Hughes Montgomery read lecture>>

A New Zealand Pioneer By VWBro John Livingstone read lecture>>

Archived lectures can be found here>>

Hawke's Bay Research Lodge No.305

WBro Nigel Friggens

Hawkes Bay Research Lodge meets in the Masonic Centre, Jervois Street, Hastings

On the first Monday in the months February, May, August and November

Installation Meeting in August

VWBro.Colin Heyward

Note: Hawkes Bay Research Lodge membership is open to all Master Masons

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