Welcome to the Website of the Provincial Grand Lodge of Forfarshire

The Province

The Province of Forfarshire covers all the Lodge in the City of Dundee (which includes the suburbs of Broughty Ferry, Lochee and Downfield), the Angus Towns of Monifieth, Carnoustie, Arbroath, Montrose, Brechin, Froickheim, Forfar. Kirriemuir, also the villages of Glamis and un in beautifulf Glenesk - Tarfside.

The Provincial of Forfarshire was first erected in 1797 when Bro George Paterson of Castle Huntly was appointed as the first Provincial Grand Master. The Present Provincial Grand Master is Bro Michael E Mulholland, who was appointed in 2015.

The Provincial Grand Lodge, as a formal lodge in iteself to support the Provincial Grand Master, with a Depute, Substitute, Secretary and Chaplain was not formed until 1815.

The years from 1797 to 1815 being just a Province under the supervision of one man - the Provincial Grand Master.

Provincial Grand Lodge of Forfarshire Weekly Visits

Please find below visitations to which all office-bearers past and present are most welcome
Times for office-bearers.


Lodge Hilton St Andrew 1220 on Saturday 20th January 1.30pm

Lodge St Thomas of Aberbrothock 40 on Friday 26th January 7.00pm P.G.L. Quarterly Communication, Installation of Office-Bearers.

Provincial Grand Lodge of Forfarshire Quarterly Communication

To be held in Lodge St Thomas of Aberbrothock No.40, West Newgate Street, Arbroath DD11 1BY

On Friday 26th January 2018 at 7.30 pm - Agenda

Non-attending office-bearers regalia to be in possession of P.G. Secretary for Wednesday 24th January.

New January 2018 Issue (No.63) of the Ashlar Magazine

is now available from Iain McIntosh - price £4



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