Masonic Fellowships

The Association of Masonic Fellowships

What Is A Fellowship?

It is a state of being together – a communion.


Senior Citizens with Masonic connections including wives, widows and close relatives or friends, subject to each Fellowship committee’s rules, even those who have taken early retirement.

Usually there is no membership fee but there may be a small entrance fee to cover the costs of tea and biscuits.

Fellowship meetings are usually held on a regular day each month between September and May, at the relative Masonic Hall, but most Fellowships  do not meet during July and August.

Each meeting will include an interesting speaker or entertainment in addition to which there is usually a special Summer coach outing and a Christmas lunch.

Audenshaw Masonic Fellowship

There is light at the end of the tunnel 

The Fellowship welcomes all those with time on their hands, the retired, wives, widows, close relatives and friends with connections to freemasonry who have an hour to spare to enjoy good company followed by tea, biscuits and a chat.

When: The fourth Wednesday of every month

Where: Stanley House, Audenshaw

Time: 1.30pm

Speaker: 2.00pm

Cost: FREE to attend

There is no charge to attend as the Fellowship is supported, by the masons who meet at Stanley House. 

There is a raffle should you wish to take part.

 The Fellowship chairperson Donald Roberts invites you to come along to make new friends and listen to invited speakers who will share their exciting stories of their adventures.

For the following seasons programme see below.

The first guest visitor is Eric McConnell a well-known light-hearted speaker. 

Beside the Seaside beside the sea:

Before foreign travel became more affordable, the majority took their holidays in the UK.

Now because of Covid, their popularity has seen a huge resurgence. Therefore, step back in time and remember traditional British Holidays from the 50s and 60s.

Eric was a student then, who spent his summers employed in resorts around the British Isles, variously as a cabaret drummer, a redcoat, a photographer and a horse tram conductor and driver.

So, sit back and enjoy his illustrated, light-hearted, humorous recollections of Beside the Seaside beside the sea.

Fellowship Programme






Eric McConnell

Beside the Seaside, Beside the Sea


Sue Holden

They Should Have Asked My Husband


Kevin Hartley

Happiness is Khaki Colour


Christmas Lunch



Mark Llewellyn

Northern Variety Stars


Joe Sambrook

Rag Bone to Rag Rugs


Brian Hallworth

Don’t Laugh at Me


Eric Lupton

The Lives and Music of Rogers and Hart


Albert Higginbottom

Albert Higginbottoms Guide to Old Age