Lodge St. Andrew #518
Province of Aberdeenshire East
Grand Lodge of Scotland

 Last updated - June 2020 

Regular meetings first & third Wednesday from October to April - Tyle @ 7:30pm


I feel a bit obliged to say a bit about this following snippet. This was supposed to be a foreword for the site by the R.W.M., but as you will see it clearly isn't the usual welcome, enjoy, etc. intro.

I've always wanted to write something about men that for one reason or another stop attending Lodge meetings and for a variety of reasons never come back, despite everyone's best attempts to reassure them of the welcome they would receive.

June 2020

Bro. Norman Robertson 80th. Installed Master of St. Andrew No° 518

R.W.M Bro. Norman Robertson

This is a short history of my path taken in Freemasonry. My first encounter was with Tam Robertson one evening at the R.B.L. New Pitsligo, when the subject of the Masonic Order was discussed, I forget the details now but whatever transpired by the end of the evening Tam offered to be my Proposer, looking back now I can only thank him with all my heart. Since then I have made friends with many in the Craft, too many to name, and many more to be thankful for.

My rise through the offices of the Lodge was swift, I missed I.G., then spent one year each in J.D. & S.D. before being confronted with the prospect of J.W., at that point the position of Secretary became available which I was rewarded with. I much enjoyed my period as scribe and there I stayed for a few years...

I fell away from the Lodge for many years which was deeply distressing to me, but thankfully time is a great healer and I must thank Martin Russell for his indefatigable prowess in willing me back to the bosom of 518, others that have been supportive of me are too many to mention, but special thanks must go to Davie Hutcheon and Duncan Russell, bless them...

In god I trust... Norman Robertson R.W.M.


I am aware that some parts of this website aren't working well, & in some instances not at all... sorry about that.
I am working to fix, remove, replace, revamp and/or overhaul as best I can.


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Website created - April 25, 2004 by Bro. Duncan Russell

Re-vamped between April 22 - December 2007

Re-launched December 30, 2007

...and updated sporadivally...


Constituted:    February 13th. 1872

518 Square & Compass     Provincial Grand Lodge of Aberdeenshire East     Grand Lodge of Scotland


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