Thoresby Lodge was consecrated on 6thOctober 1927, we originally met at the Masonic Hall, Great George Street, Leeds. The Lodge is named after Ralph Thoresby , a noted historian from Leeds.After moving to Pudsey Masonic Hall , we became part of the Pudsey Family of Lodges. Other Lodges who also meet here include Prince of Wales No. 1648, St. Laurence No. 2330 and Benevolence No. 5612. We are part of the Province of Yorkshire West Riding and in common with other Masonic Lodges in England, we are governed by the United Grand Lodge of England .Our regular Lodge meetings are held on the 3rdTuesday of every month, with practice meetings on each Tuesday in between. We do not however meet in July or August as this is our summer recess.Charity is very much at the heart ot Freemasonry. On our Charity page you will see details of some of the causes we support both locally and nationally.Socially we are a very active Lodge and hold many functions throughout the year. These include our Ladies’ Night and Annual Lodge Weekend. At these events wives, partners and other guests are always warmly welcomed.If you would like to become a part of our family, or would simply like more information please get in touch. You would be welcome to visit us, at which time we would be able to answer any questions you may have about becoming a Freemason.