Hague Street – Glossop

Here you will find a wealth of information relating to Spencer Masonic Hall at Hague Street Glossop, and a little about the town and local facilities.

Spencer Masonic Hall

The Masonic Hall is located at:

Spencer Masonic Hall,
Hague Street,
Glossop.  SK13 8NS

Masonic use focuses on a single Lodge that meets here:

Getting there

By Car
st205Being dissected by the busy nationally renown ‘Snake Road’ – A57 and Glossop Brook, Glossop lies about fourteen miles East of Manchester. The Masonic Hall is at the junction of Hague Street and Whitfield Avenue, which is a little over half a mile south down Victoria Street (which becomes Charlestown Road) from the central set of traffic lights on the A57.  The Masonic Hall does not have a private car park and there isn’t any street parking.

If you have a SatNav, please enter these coordinates: 53.436041, -1.946203 for precise directions.

By Trainflying-scotsman
Following the the Beeching Axe in the 1960s Glossop is now the terminus of the Woodhead Line from Manchester Piccadilly station. There are regular half-hour train services, increasing to every 20 minutes during rush hour, full timetable, prices and tickets can be obtained from National Rail Enquiries. Turning right out of the railway station down Norfolk Street, past the Coop, Henry Street is immediate right (no entry to vehicles), with the blue Hall door being fifty yards on the right.

Tut TutPadtax Taxis: 01457 854360
Tariff 1: 01457 858787
Shadow: 01457 862000

By AirConcord
Glossop, residing in the very Northwest tip of  Derbyshire is about sixty eight miles from East Midlands Airport, eighty five miles from Birmingham Airport and twenty one miles from  Mancheater Airport.


The Masonic Hall does not have its own car park but with care there is local on street parking along Whitfield Avenue.

Petrol stations

The nearest Esso fuel station is on the High Street (A57), about a hundred yards East from the ‘central’ set of traffic lights. And Sainburys is about a mile West along the High Street.

Banking services

CashThere is host of banks clustered almost on every corner of the ‘central’ crossroads where Victoria Street meets the High Street:

  • NatWest
  • HSBC
  • Lloyds
  • Barclays

Local accommodation

The details below are Tentonly based on an internet search to save you a little time. This is not an exhaustive listing and of course, both details and ‘quality’ may vary. These are not recommended as such, or have been evaluated. If, however you feel one or more of these entries should be removed, the details edited, or you have additional suggestions please let us know.


The Norfolk Arms Hotel,  Norfolk Street, Glossop.  SK13 8BP.  01457 851940
Travelodge Glossop, Victoria Street, Glossop.  SK13 8HT.  0871 984 633
Wind in-the Willows Hotel, Derbyshire Level, Glossop.  SK13 7PT.  01457 868001


Avondale Guest House, 28, Woodhead Road, Glossop.  SK13 7RH.  01457 853132
Bird’s Nest Cottage Bed & Breakfast, 40, Primrose Lane, Glossop.  SK13 8EW.  01457 853478
The Old House Bed and Breakfast, Old House, Woodhead Road, Glossop.  SK13 1HU.  01457 857527


Park View Cottage, Manor Park Road, Glossop.  SK13 7SH. 01457 853927
Peak Cottage, 115, Kinder Road, Hayfield.  SK22 2LE. 01608 810366

Camping & Caravaning

Crowden Camping and Carvaning Clud Site, Woodhead Road, Crowden.  SK13 1HZ.  01457 866057
Hayfield Camping and Caravanning Club Site, Kinder Road, Hayfield.  SK22 2LE.  01663 745394


Historically the name Glossop refers to the small hamlet that gave its name to an ancient parish recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086. It refers to the municipal borough created in 1866, and the unparished urban area. The town now known as Glossop approximates to the villages that used to be called Glossopdale.

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