Province of Hertfordshire
Tudor Lodge No. 7280

Tudor Lodge No. 7280 © 2018. All Rights Reserved


Next LOI Meeting
Thursday 22nd March 2018

Rescheduled Committee Meeting
Thursday 29th March 2018

Next Regular Meeting
Wednesday 2
nd May 2018
nd Degree Ceremony and
st Degree Ceremony

Please note
Meeting dates are
detailed on the
Diary page


3rd Degree Ceremony for Bro. Jack Adams

March 2018 (Members Area)

Enough is Enough

February 2018

Provincial Grand Mentor’s initiative for new members

January 2018 (Members Area)

W.Bro Mick Fenner receives Provincial Promotion ‘with immediate effect’

January 2018 (News)

Tudor Lodge receives ‘Patron Certificate’ for the 2019 Festival

January 2018 (News)

2019 Festival Appeal reaches £2.45million

December 2017

Tudor Lodge donates £1,000 to Peace Hospice Care, Watford

October 2017 (News)


Hertfordshire PGL Festival Charity Shoot Day

The Halsey Hall St George’s Day Charity Luncheon

Masonic Charitable Foundation Inaugural Charity Ball

Herts Family Fun Day

Last updated

12th March 2018



Welcome to the website of Tudor Lodge. A masonic Lodge in the Province of Hertfordshire, Tudor Lodge was consecrated in July 1953 and is No. 7280 on the Register of the United Grand Lodge of England.

The Lodge holds formal meetings four times a year on the second Wednesday in January (Installation), the third Wednesday in February, the first Wednesday in May and the second Wednesday in October at Halsey Masonic Hall, Watford.

If you are interested in Freemasonry please browse the website pages. If you would like further information on becoming a Freemason or are considering joining Tudor Lodge, please read this page on Joining Freemasonry. Costs and other information can also be accessed via this page.

Freemasonry is one of the world’s oldest and largest non-religious, non-political, fraternal and charitable organisations. It teaches self-knowledge through participation in a progression of ceremonies. Members are expected to be of high moral standing and are encouraged to speak openly about Freemasonry.

Freemasons often learn essential life skills including teamwork, public speaking and leadership skills that can be applied in their work and social life.

Freemasonry means different things to each of those who join. For some it is about helping others and contributing in different ways to charitable causes. For others it is about making new friends and acquaintances. For most, Freemasonry is not only a hobby, it is an integral way of life.

Read more about Freemasonry in general here.

Provincial Grand Lodge

of Hertfordshire