Here you will find links to various websites which are of importance to the lodge. If you have a link which you feel should be added onto this page, please do let us know.

Warwick School

Warwick School is reputed to be the third-oldest surviving school in the country, the oldest boys’ school in England and the oldest surviving boys’ grammar school in the world. The school has been in continuous existence at least from the days of King Edward the Confessor when the fledgling town possessed a school under the tutelage of All Saints’ Church. The earliest appearance of Warwick in history is in the Saxon Chronicle under the year 914, and this has long been taken as the date of the foundation of Warwick School. This date was accepted by the College of Heralds when granting the school coat of arms. The school motto, Altiora Peto, was introduced in 1893. It means “I seek higher things”.

Warwick School is now a thriving community of almost 1,200 boys and a network of nearly 5,000 Old Warwickians around the world. In 2014 the school will celebrate its 1,100 year history.


Old Warwickian Website

The Old Warwickian Website is a source of information for all former pupils of Warwick School. Whenever you were at Warwick School there are many ways to be involved today. Meet with old friends at an OW reunion or dinner, enjoy the camaraderie and networking at a drinks reception or special event, take part in OW sport or simply come back to school for a visit. As an OW you are always welcome at Warwick School and at OW events.


Alderson House, Warwick

Alderson House is a magnificent location set in the heart of Shakespeare country, and is where we hold our regular meetings. It was built around 1695, and can be described as one of the most attractive and versatile venues in Warwickshire. The splendid house boasts elegant and spacious dining facilities, whilst enjoying open views of Warwick Castle.


United Grand Lodge of England

The United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE) is the governing body of Freemasonry in England, Wales and the Channel Islands. Its headquarters are at Freemasons’ Hall, Great Queen Street, London WC2B 5AZ.

UGLE meets in Quarterly Communication on the second Wednesday in March, June, September and December. The Annual Investiture, which is followed by the Grand Festival, is held on the last Wednesday in April. The United Grand Lodge of England currently has over a quarter of a million members meeting in over 8,000 Lodges.


Please note: We cannot guarantee that any link or feed from this site has been approved by the United Grand Lodge of England or the Provincial Grand Lodge of Warwickshire. Neither can we guarantee that any subsequent link from their pages are recognised by, or have the approval of the United Grand Lodge of England or the Provincial Grand Lodge of Warwickshire.