About Us

The concept of the Pavilion Club originated in 2016 when it was recognised that young masons along with their friends and family could enhance their enjoyment and social circles within masonry by meeting regularly with people their own age.

Our monthly club events range from informal social get-togethers, to seminars exploring the meaning and history of Freemasonry, to group trips visiting Lodges and other sites of Masonic interest.

The Pavilion Club committee is made up of the following members:-

WBro Leigh Brand

07876 741287

Bro Gareth Dunt

07921 929384

Bro Graham Wickham

07886 810523

Bro Dan White

07713 278960

Ian Lay Honorary Patron

Objectives of the Pavilion Club

The Pavilion Club has been founded to give young Freemasons in Brighton and Hove a means to meet and socialise, with like-minded people within Freemasonry; whilst bridging the large geographic area and diversity of Brighton and Hove's many Lodges.

Primarily the Club's role is to provide events and other occasions, of either a social or (Masonically) educational nature, for young Freemasons to meet each other and encourage their involvement within the fraternity.

We endeavour to encourage and support participation in our Lodges and in Freemasonry. We promote openness and pride in our membership of the Craft and stress the contemporary role Freemasonry plays in modern society, with particular emphasis placed on its relation to the younger generations.