Consecrated 24 April 1958




The Causeway Lodge (No. 7588) mission is to make good men better.  To guide our steps from a good world to a better world. We seek the way to put order into chaos both on an individual and social level. Freemasons have a commitment to our society that is a commitment to our conscience. Our every word and deed must be a reflection of our conscience.


Welcome to the website of the Causeway Lodge (No. 7588). 


The Causeway Lodge (No. 7588) has been established in Horsham since 24 April 1958 and we are pleased to invite you to our friendly, growing and progressive lodge of Freemasons.


We pride ourselves on the sharing of knowledge and learning and encourage the development of both our new and established brethren and are keen to focus on, friendship, sharing ideas, improving quality of life for our elderly Brethren and Widows, and supporting both young and new members to better themselves. Apart from enjoying the many benefits of Freemasonry we are also a socially active group, regularly hosting events and nights out with brethren, friends and family. The Causeway Lodge would be delighted to invite you into our lodge for a chat and to get to know us better. 


If you have any questions about Freemasonry why not visit our 'About Freemasonry' page and if you would like to learn more about Freemasonry and The Causeway Lodge (No. 7588) then feel free to get in touch with us via our ‘Contact Us’ page. We will endeavour to respond within a couple of days.


As you will see we are a friendly, sociable team and are always welcome your interest in the work we do for the community and public at large.  


To the outside world we look to donate to worthy causes, with an emphasis on local needs, as well as to those of National and Worldwide significance. We take pride in being a friendly Lodge, and our members are from an interesting variety of backgrounds.


On behalf of all of the Causeway Lodge Brethren we encourage you to be curious and ask you to contact us. Please visit our 'Interested In Joining' page if you would like to speak to one of our Brethren about being a member of the Lodge