Provincial Grand Lodge of Midlothian

Lodge Rosslyn St Clair No. 606

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21 Main Street, Roslin, Midlothian
EH25 9LD Tel: TBA


Master: Bro. Raymond Mills P.M.
Secretary: Bro. Peter J. Avent. Tel: (44) 0131 663 7824
Meetings: 2nd Wednesday - September to April, at 7pm.
Installation 3rd Saturday in December at 4pm

Constituted 7th May 1877
Brief History of Lodge Rosslyn St Clair
The Lodge is situated in the small town of Roslin some 7.5 miles south from Edinburgh City centre and is so called, along with six other Lodges in Scotland, after William St. Clair of Roslin, the first Grand Master Mason of the Grand Lodge of Scotland.

The Lodge was granted its charter on 7th May 1877 and held the first meeting in the original Inn, College Hill, adjacent to the world famous Rosslyn Chapel. The present Lodge rooms, having been the public hall, have been owned by the Lodge since 1920; the previous meeting places enjoyed by the Brethren have included, the Inn, Rosslyn Castle and Creelha in Manse Road.

All Brethren are most welcome to visit without making any prior arrangement or introduction. Various social evenings are supported by the Brethren and guests but everybody is welcome to join us.
Olso available are items of Lodge memorabilia such as Millennium Jewels, Mark tokens, ties, bone china mugs, cuff links, tie pins and lapel pins.

Assistance is also available to Brethren wishing the visit Rosslyn Chapel.

On Thursday morning over a cup of coffee, the 2 recent participants of 50 year diploma had their photo taken. The previous week Bro. Geoff Spence IPM of Rosslyn St Clair 606 flanked by both men presented P.M. George Ingman, with his ( Left holding the certificate) Right seated is P. M. James Mackay Munro. He was presented with his certificate by P. G. M. Tom Smith at 606's meeting the previous week.

Should you require further information please contact Bro. James P. Munro at:

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