… to the smallest purpose-built Masonic Lodge in the World!

Lodge Blairhoyle No. 792 on the role of the Grand Lodge of Scotland is situated in the village of Thornhill, near Stirling.

The lodge is widely recognised as the smallest purpose-built Masonic temple in the United Kingdom, perhaps the world.

On Saturday 24th October 2009, during a special meeting, the lodge declared that it wished to seek if any Masonic lodge would lay claim to being the smallest purpose-built Masonic temple in the world. To date, there has been no such claim!

We meet every 2nd & 4th Wednesday, 4th Wednesday in September, and until the 2nd Wednesday in April, tyling at 8 pm sharp.