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Freemasons donate Defibrillator for Morpeth town centre

The defibrillator at Winton House in Morpeth.
The defibrillator at Winton House in Morpeth.

A defibrillator has been installed on the north wall of the Masonic Hall, also known as Winton House, in Morpeth.

It has been supplied and paid for by the Freemasons. The hall can be accessed from Howard Terrace and Dacre Street.

Those who need to use it in an emergency situation need to dial 999 so they can get the key code to open the cabinet containing the defibrillator. They will also receive instructions on how to use it.

The defibrillator is part of the Freemasons’ on-going involvement in the community in this special tercentenary year when Masons across the country celebrate 300 years since the formation of the United Grand Lodge of England in 1717.

Winton House was the town house of Charles Edward Davison, whose suffragette daughter Emily Wilding Davison died from her injuries when she attempted to attach the suffragette movement’s colours to the King’s horse at the Epsom Derby in 1913.

There are 115 Freemasons meeting in Morpeth in four lodges – the oldest being Lodge de Ogle, which was founded in 1854.

To find out more about Freemasonry in Northumberland you can visit their website at

Their contact details are listed below if you want to contact them directly

Provincial Grand Lodge of Northumberland
17 Lansdowne Terrace
Newcastle upon Tyne

Telephone: +44 191 213 6990(Provincial Office opening hours Monday to Thursday 10am – 3:30pm) |

If you want to be a Freemason you must be interested in character building and morality

“Better men make a Better world.” Freemasonry stresses honour, personal responsibility and personal integrity

You should be able to commit to Monthly/bi-monthly gatherings at lodges.

Reasons to become a Freemason in Northumberland
You want to make new friendships
You want to develop yourself
You want to make a positive contribution to society
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