The Arthur Jolly Lodge
The Arthur Jolly Lodge No 8102 was consecrated on 16th May 1966 by the Provincial Grand Master, R.W.Bro Arthur Jolly, after whom the Lodge is named.
It is one of the 170 Private Lodges that comprise the Provincial Grand Lodge of Sussex.
The Lodge is affiliated with the University of Sussex and Brighton University under the United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE) Universities Scheme.
This website serves to tell you more about this Lodge in particular and we hope it will be of interest to both masons, and non masons but would like to know more about Sussex freemasonry.
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History of the Lodge
The Arthur Jolly Lodge was founded to commemorate the Boys Festival of 1966, at which the Provincial Grand Master of Sussex, R.W.Bro Arthur Jolly presided, and which raised a total of £444,000 for the Boys School.
It was named after the Provincial Grand Master himself, not merely as a tribute to his work as a freemason but to recognise his total contribution to society .