Log'e La France Lodge No 2060
The Royal National Hotel, Bedford Way, Russell Square London
Loge La France was consecrated in 1884. After the break with the Grand Orient of France in 1878, French Masons living in England found themselves in a difficult position and they petitioned the Grand Lodge of England to form a new Lodge in London.
The Warrant for this new Lodge - Loge La France No.2060 - was signed by the Prince of Wales, the Grand Master, who was to become King Edward VII. A translation by Bro. Henri Bué of the English Ritual was presented and the work of the Lodge to this day is carried out in French.