Freemasons in France

Welcome to Le Touquet Loge Nº 89

We are Freemasons in France.
Le Touquet Lodge No 89 is an English speaking Freemasons' Lodge in Le Touquet, France.

The Lodge is situated in the Masonic Province of Flanders and we are therefore considered French Freemasons although our origins are English. The lodge was founded in 1965 and is warranted under the Grande Loge Nationale Francaise. 

We positively welcome new members.

We welcome decent and trustworthy men who sincerely want to become Freemasons in France and learn about the history, secrets and mysteries of Ancient Freemasonry. These will be men who want to be part of a worldwide fraternity whose members enjoy each other's company. They will normally be at least 21 years of age. However, men who are of a minimum age of 18 years may also be considered if of a mature disposition.

If you want to learn who can become Freemasons in France, how to become Freemasons in France and how to become a member of Le Touquet Lodge Nº 89, please see the Join Us page. You can also use the contact form to email the Lodge Secretary. We know it can be very daunting to contact someone you don't know. However, there will always be a warm and friendly welcome waiting here at Le Touquet Lodge. We can assure you that rank and fortune are not important to Freemasons or Freemasonry. Furthermore, neither are religious choices, colour, creed or sexual preferences and all suitable men are truly welcome. So, if you would like to find out more about Freemasons and our lodge, please do get in touch. You will be given all the information you need on how to become Freemasons in France and how to join us.

We meet three times a year, usually on a Saturday in May, July and September. Our meetings take place in the lodge room at the Westminster Hotel, Avenue du Verger, 62520 Le Touquet, France. They normally start around 5:00pm and we sit down for dinner (the festive board) at 7:30pm following a champagne reception. Ladies are usually welcome to join us for the reception and at the festive board.