Whether you are a Freemason or not, you are most welcome to look around our site.
Freemasonry is a Fraternal Society and many of the pages of this site are intended to dispel some of the myths surrounding Freemasonry.
The Lodge of the Round Table No.7762 is a Freemasons’ Lodge operating in Leicestershire under the English Constitution on the register of the United Grand Lodge of England. We meet seven times a year at the Freemasons Hall, London Road, Leicester. Our aims, as with all Craft lodges, are “brotherly love, relief and truth” which are perhaps more easily understood as fellowship, charity and morality. More information on all this can be found on the accompanying pages.
The origin of the Lodge, and its connection with the Round Table organisation, are described on our History page. From Round Table roots our Lodge has flourished. Our meetings are enjoyable and we recognise the importance of our social activities involving families and friends. Visiting Freemasons can be sure of a warm welcome at the lodge.
If you would like to know more about The Lodge of the Round Table Lodge in particular, or about Freemasonry in general, please Contact us.
Membership of this Lodge is open to all who are interested in joining not just those with a current or past Round Table connection.