Our Mother Lodge is St Andrew’s Lodge No 222, an Antient’s or Atholl Lodge, consecrated in 1797.
Of our sister lodges, the 11th Light Dragoons Lodge No 339 was also an Atholl Lodge, and as its name suggests was the lodge for its namesake cavalry regiment, but fell into abeyance in the early nineteenth century.
Carnarvon Lodge No 708, consecrated in 1857, is a Middlesex lodge that originally met at the Mitre Hotel, which led to the naming of its grand-daughter lodge Mitre Lodge No 7732.
Our own daughter lodge is Adeste Lodge No 5445, and is the lodge for the former pupils of Whitgift School.
The Royal Hampton Court Lodge No 2183 was another Middlesex lodge, that was sadly closed as recently as 2017.