The Lodge was constituted as No 938 The
Camalodunum Lodge on the 25th January 1856, to meet in the Talbot Hotel, New Malton.
Within a short period it was decided to move to
permanent premises and so moved to our present home. On the 16th July 1863 the Lodge was informed that it would
henceforth stand on the register of Grand Lodge as No 660.
Our lodge is quite small but is one of the most
beautiful. The floor is an exquisite tiled one and as far as we know, the only one of its type in
We have over 60 members and prospective new
members are always welcome to apply for membership by contacting the secretary. email
Freemasons are taught to practice charity and
to care, not only for their own, but also for the community as a whole, both by charitable giving, and by voluntary
efforts and works as individuals. Malton Masons are no exceptions.
From its earliest days, Freemasonry has been
concerned with the care of orphans, the sick and the aged. This work continues today. In addition, large sums are
given to national and local charities. Since 1981, more than £30 million has been given to non-Masonic charitable
Masonic charity is exercised at every level,
individual Lodges make gifts and give aid to their own communities and every Province provides support to local
causes. Last year alone the four charities allocated £23m in charitable support to their many
Nationally, our efforts are channelled through
four main Masonic charity organisations, they are:
The Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys
The Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution
The Masonic Samaritan