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About Our Lodge

The Lodge was founded, in 1949, by past pupils of Tottenham Grammar School. The School had been re-endowed by Sarah Duchess of Somerset in 1692, finally closing its doors after 300 years in 1992. Since then, it has been an ‘Open’ lodge, meaning we are able to draw our membership from any walk of life, although there remain a number of old boys of the School in membership.


Our membership is now quite diverse, with members coming from the fields of education, finance, entrepreneurs, the police force and the professions.

Many of the old school traditions continue, and new members embrace the history behind them. The Lodge’s name is a translation of the school motto ‘Foy Pour Devoir’, and the school song is sung once a year at one of our dinners.

We are known for our friendliness, welcoming approach and exceptionally positive atmosphere. There is a strong family feeling within the Freemason Lodge, and inclusion is an important part of everything we do.

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Why Choose Us

The Lodge of Faith for Duty is a unique Lodge within Freemasonry, and it is the members who make it so. They say that if you want to be a success in life, you need to surround yourself with successful people and the easiest way to do that is to stand in the middle of a Freemason’s Lodge. The Lodge of Faith for Duty is a prime example of that fact.


The Lodge of Faith for Duty meets at Southgate Masonic Centre

If you are considering becoming a Freemason or would like to know more.