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WELCOME TO THE FREEMASONS OF BALLYCASTLE AND DISTRICT WEBSITE

The aim of this site is to encourage everyone including Freemasons and their families throughout the world to look at their local and Masonic connections to Ballycastle the Lodges in the North Antrim District.

 

Ballycastle Masonic Hall. Opened 1882

 

FREEMASONRY

Freemasonry is a worldwide fraternity which encourages good fellowship, peace, love, harmony and charitable enterprises. It is inclusive of all traditions, nationalities and religions. Please look through our website and submit your comments, which would be welcomed.

 


THE FORMATION OF BALLYCASTLE LODGES

Freemasonry in Ballycastle began in 1765 with the formation of the first Lodge.  During the next sixty years four other Lodges were formed.  The creation of other lodges took place in the areas around Cushendall, Armoy and Bushmills.

W.Bro. Sir Fredrick Boyd. Bart. P.M.

The cover of Lodge minute book dating from 1885 - 1911


Contact Details

Email: info@irishfreemasons.com

Map of Cary and Dunluce Area

HALL FOR HIRE

The Masonic Hall at Ann Street, Ballycastle, as pictured above, is now available for hire to the public.

For more information, booking details and availability, please email info@irishfreemasons.com

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