Freemasonry has a long history in the Harrow area, in fact Harrow
Lodge itself was formed in 1870. There are records of a Lodge
being held at the Chandos Arms in Edgware in the 1720's and typically
the usual meeting places in the Province of Middlesex were at
the influence of the developing transport system in the early
part of the 20th Century and the rapid urbanisation (or sub-urbanisation)
of the area, Freemasonry developed rapidly and it became obvious
that a dedicated Masonic Centre was needed.
you go into the Harrow Centre the front door is more than likely
to be open and welcoming. Turn to the left into the bar which
is open from 3pm to 11pm.
addition to looking after the Lodges, Chapters, and other organisations,
the Centre Welcomes non-masonic functions such as Anniversary
parties, Engagement parties, Weddings (the ceremony and reception),
Henna parties, Holy Communions, Christenings, Schools' Childrens'
parties, Meetings, Seminars and Funeral wakes.
the function, Masonic or Private, we will do everything we can
to make you welcome.