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Chapter of Strict Benevolence No.97
Constituted 1797

Wearside Masonic Temple
Burdon road


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We can arrange a visit to the Burdon Road temple, where chapter of Strict Benevolence now meets, or possibly to the Queen Street temple (the oldest, working, purpose built temple in the world) where Chapter of Strict Benevolence first started over 200 years ago.

“What we obtain too cheap we esteem too lightly:
it is dearness only that gives everything its value.”

(Thomas Paine of Ironbridge)
1737 - 1809

Queen Street Masonic Temple Sunderland, England


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