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The Old Pauline Lodge


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Welcome to the website of the Old Pauline Lodge.

The Lodge was founded in 1919 for old boys of St.Paul's School, then based in West Kensington.  It holds number 3969 in the register of the United Grand Lodge of England & Wales.

It meets in the new school in Barnes and dines well; it is proud to support a range of charities, not least the school's benevolent fund.  For those who are interested in such things, it is a Hallstone Lodge and a member of the PSLC (Public Schools Lodges Council).

It has around 50 members, all of whom are either old boys, staff & ex-staff of St.Paul's School.  Membership reflects the rich cultural and religious diversity found at the school, itself.

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Last updated 6th June 2010  

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