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The Cole End Bridge was built in the mid 16th Century and was widened towards the west in the circa 1700 and this side has been extensively repaired in the C19 and C20. The scheduled ancient monument and Grade II listed structure is constructed from the red sandstone ashlar. The east face of the structure consists of six bays with semi-circular arches of two chamfered orders spanning the River Cole. The west face consists of Segmental brick arches with raised keystones, brick dripstones and squat sandstone cutwaters.



Charity and benevolence are two of the core principles of Freemasonry. For over 300 years, freemasons have given both financial support and time to people less fortunate within the community and further afield. Charity is in our hearts and something though not expected but very much encouraged. Any Masonic event wether a meeting or a social will have a charity collection of some sort. It may be in the form of donations, raffles or auctions. One thing it is not is a game of who can give the most. Donations are a personal thing and a Masonic rule is that you should only give within your means and never to the detriment of the mason or his family.

Most charities revolve around and rely on funding through donations, but sometimes it is other things that is needed. We have a food collection every lodge meeting to help supply food banks. We have members that give up Christmas day to serve a Turkey dinner to people less fortunate than themselves, time being very precious, can be one of the hardest things to give.

We are always happy to try and help where we can, so If you know of, or maybe part of an organisation or individual that you think might benefit from masonic charitable funding, then please contact out lodge Charity steward.

Below are some of the worthy causes we are happy to help and proud to be assocciated with.

warwickshire lowland rescue
seeds of hope
north solihull food bank
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