Croydon Lodge of Endeavour No:7315

Freemasons Lodge in The Province of Surrey

An established Masonic Lodge in the heart of Croydon.

In November 1953 the Provincial Grand Master approved the founding of the Croydon Lodge of Endeavour.

At this time the preparations for the great British expedition took place to conquer Mount Everest and this is where we took our name.

It was therefore fitting that the lodge take the name Endeavour and for the lodge emblem to contain a mountaineer.

Adopting this name it was hoped then, as it is now, that all Freemasons who join the lodge are inspired to rise to great heights in the service of Freemasonry.

Croydon Freemasons Lodge Emblem

Joining Your Local Freemasons Lodge

Croydon Lodge of Endeavour is a friendly local lodge on the outskirts of the town centre meeting at Croydon and District Masonic Halls, Oakfield Rd, CR0 2UX.

We meet four times per year for Masonic meetings:

The first Saturday of February
The fourth Saturday of April, June and October.

Our meetings are usually held in the afternoon.

Croydon Freemasons

Freemasonry - All Inclusive, Friendly and Fun!

Men from all walks of life and backgrounds are welcome

Freemasonry means different things to those that join.

Whether you are looking to make new friends, enjoy the many social activities, explore the history, or simply take up a new hobby becoming a Freemason opens up a world of choice for you and your family.

If you are aged over 21 years we would welcome the opportunity to meet with you and answer any questions you may have.


Thinking of joining? Get in touch with our Lodge.