CANCELLED – June 6th, 2018 – Social Evening

** This Event has been CANCELLED ***

Due to scheduling conflicts, this event has been cancelled.  We regret any inconveniences caused by this!


 Date: Wednesday, the 6th of June 2018

Time: 7.00pm

Price: Free, just pay for your drinks

Venue: Mark Masons’ Hall, 86 St James’s St, SW1A 1PL

Dress Code: Smart Casual – no jeans, no trainers, no t-shirts

Accessibility: Lifts and cloak room available

Our second Social Evening  of 2018 will be on the 6th of June from 7pm at the bar on level two of Mark Masons’ Hall.

Headquarters of no less than ten appendant Orders, the Grade II listed Crown property in the heart of St James’s sports a welcoming – and reasonably priced – bar with views over Pall Mall and St  James’s Palace.

This will be a great opportunity to catch up with old friends, or even make new ones.

Regardless of whether you’re already a member of the Kent Club, are thinking of joining, or just want to see what we’re all about, make sure to come along – we are looking forward to seeing you!

July 6th, 2018 – Henley Royal Regatta

*** Note the Date Change – Booking Link Below ***

Time: 11:00 – 19:30henley_boat
Cost: £160 for a “couple’s ticket”, i. e. admission for two
Venue: Henley-on-Thames
Dress Code: See below – important!

The Kent Club for London Freemasons is visiting the Henley Royal Regatta on Friday, the 6th of July 2018!  The Regatta is a rowing event held annually on the River Thames by the town of Henley-on-Thames, England.  Established in 1839, it is regarded as part of the English social season.

Ticket are sold as “couple’s tickets” and include admission for two and all-day catering.  Tickets are non-refundable!

Dress Code


Ladies must wear a dress or skirt and blouse with a hemline below the knee.  The wearing of a hat or fascinator is encouraged!

  • No shirt skirts
  • No split skirts
  • No trousers
  • No culottes

There’s no rule about footwear, but wise ladies wear flat shoes because we’ll mostly be walking on lawns, which can be soft ground if it has rained recently.

For more information, please see


Gentlemen must wear a jacket and tie.  Suits are permitted, but blazer and flannels is customary.  Typically, this means a navy blazer with white or cream flannels, but colourful sports club blazers are encouraged for those who have one.

Inside the Enclosure, gentlemen may not remove their jackets unless specific permission for that day has been announced (which is rare).

Gentlemen are also encouraged to wear hats (typically a straw boater or panama), but this is not obligatory, and “hatlessness” would stand out less than for the ladies.

For more information, please see

Non-compliance with the dress code will result in refusal of admission


Post contains content from Wikipedia contributors, “Henley Royal Regatta,” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, (accessed October 9, 2017).