Bowes Park Lodge 3119 is a Freemasons' lodge, within the Metropolitan Grand Lodge of London, under the constitution of the United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE). The lodge was concecrated on 28th September 1905, by business men and merchants who lived in the Bowes Park (N22)and surrounding areas of North London including Woodgreen & Southgate(where it first met).
In 1934 it moved to Freemasons' Hall in Great Queen, which along with many other lodges, it helped fund the construction of; as a memorial to the Freemasons who were killed in the first world war; because of this we are a Hall Stone Lodge.
The lodge still meets at Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen Street, London WC2B 5AZ to this day. The lodge has changed over the years with its membership now hailing from all over the UK and is made up of many different professions but with quite a high percentage of Security Professionals from both Private and Public sectors. However, all professions are welcome in the lodge.