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Introduction to the Lodge
The Burlington Lodge No. 3975 was consecrated in 1919, shortly after the conclusion of the First World War. Along with many other lodges formed at this time, the Burlington Lodge was conceived out of a need to accommodate the large influx of new members, who, having endured the many hardships of the war, were keen to retain the friendship and camaraderie forged in the trenches. It is therefore a daughter lodge of Londesborough Lodge No. 734.
Burlington is the Mother Lodge of Bridlington’s most celebrated Freemason, namely Right Worshipful Brother Iain Ross-Bryce, DL, TD. Rt. W. Bro. Bryce rose to the exalted position of Deputy Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge of England between 1991-94, having been the Provincial Grand Master of the Province of Yorkshire, north and East Ridings from 1984 to 1991.
Regrettably, Iain passed to the Grand Lodge Above in July 2015.
Click here for a list of the Founders of the Burlington Lodge No. 3975
Click here for a list of the Past Masters of the Burlington Lodge No. 3975
Rt. W. Bro. Iain Ross-Bryce, PDGM, (right)
in conversation with
Rt. W. Bro. Richard John Anderson, ProvGM
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