Baildon Masonic Hall

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Hoyle Court is set in beautifully maintained gardens. The Hall contains a number of Lodge rooms including an Egyptian room. The Hall also contains a listed feature staircase. All of which will be open to the public. There will also be an art display

On Sunday 11th September 2022 Hoyle Court will be open to view by the public.
Originally the home to the Ambler family, who were wealthy Bradford Mill owners. It was sold to local Freemasons in the 1950s. The beautifully maintained gardens, as well as Lodge rooms, including an Egyptian style 'temple' or lodge room will be on show.
Also on display will be an art display by local Masonic artists some of which will show unique Masonic symbolism and masonic art work.

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Hertiage Open Days: Baildon Masonic Hall

Type:Heritage Open Day

Baildon Masonic Hall, Hoyle Court, Otley Road, Shipley, West Yorkshire, BD17 6JS
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