The Weyland Hall
Though Freemasonry in Bicester dates back to a Lodge of the Ancients No 185, which was warranted on 5th March 1774, few records can be traced of its brief existence.
From 1815 there is no record of any organised Freemasonry in Bicester until the Jersey Lodge No 2334 was warranted in November 1889, and met in St. Edburg’s Hall, where it continued to meet until January 1895 when it acquired its own Temple on the Market Hill.
There it remained until 1925 when the Jersey Lodge purchased the old Wesleyan Chapel in North Street, which become known as the The Weyland Hall.
Today, The Weyland Hall, in addition to being an active Masonic Centre, is a superb traditional venue for private parties, weddings, funerals, corporate functions and club events, complimented by professional catering facilities organised in house by Rapley catering, a comfortable, fully stocked bar and a large, private outdoor entertainment area.
Situated in the centre of Bicester Town, there is ample parking close by and you may be pleasantly surprised not only by the venue itself but also our very competitive pricing structure.
Please browse the rest of our web site, take a look at our lovely old building and our mouth watering menus, you won’t be disappointed!