The Lodge was founded primarily for the purpose of assisting Old boys, Masters and Governors of Hampton School to become Freemasons. This latterly included an extension to those who held an association with the School through family links or friendship.

Hampton School, (formerly Hampton Grammar School) is an independent boys school with a history dating back to the sixteenth century, when it was founded at St. Mary’s Church in Hampton, Middlesex on the bank of the River Thames. It is now located on Hanworth Road in Hampton, next to Lady Eleanor Holles school within playing fields bounded by the Longford River.

Though there are no formal ties between the lodge and the school, most of the lodge members have connections with the school and the lodge sponsors the school’s annual Old Hamptonians’ Masonic Lodge Prize for Social Service.

History of the lodge
Samuel Hemming
The School
Our Festive Board