Some 500 Freemasons, attend and enjoy their meetings which are held at the Masonic Hall in Redcar High Street. It is near the Clock Tower a well know landmark.
Freemasonry in Redcar, established these past 142 years, supports seven lodges used by the residents of this large conurbation grown over the years to accommodate and entertain it’s heavy and light technical industrial workforces.
Saltscar Lodge, as with all Lodges, welcomes Freemasons, to our meetings in accordance with the normal regulations and prior notice via the email address on this site. Other interested parties are cordially invited to make the first contact with us also via the email address.
November 2017 News Flash
‘Potentially exciting good news has been published during the month of October 2017. It will have an impact on all who reside in Redcar and the NE of the UK. This will be heartening for the area, but particularly for the scientists, university graduates and skilled work people in abundance in this area.
The news media, published a statement by Mr Ben Houchin, the new Mayor of Teesside. A South Tees Development Corporation is to be formed. An exciting enterprise, crucial for the industrial developments being planned for the former SSI site. A huge area of land vacated by the company when they went into liquidation, some 2 years ago. This site is adjacent to a huge dock area, and also well served with transport facilities. Saltscar Lodge appreciates, and thanks all who have been involved in this plan. We sincerely hope for implementation soon and completion within the 25 years forecast’. For more details: https://teesvalley-ca.gov.uk
We will keep readers updated.
Saltscar Lodge, is proud of its heritage and its location in Redcar these past 83 years and congratulates all those associated with the massive developments in the town, and sea frontages started a couple of years ago and now, completed. There are now initiatives to arrest the decline in shopping facilities, a national phenomenon, which we and the residents hope will be a success. We are also certain that the present initiatives to attract industrial development will happen and return this area to a brighter future. In the meantime Saltscar Lodge and Freemasonry continues and provides enjoyment for its members.
A recent find in the local archives has revealed this very interesting report of the cornerstone being laid for our lodge building in 1870. <Download here>