Founded on 12th September 2003, this young, dynamic Lodge takes its name from the Victorian school which is now the Beaconsfield Masonic Centre.
Our primary aim is to maintain and enhance the excellent social life which has developed at Beaconsfield by organising events at which both Masons and non-Masons are welcome. We intend that any profit from these events will go to maintaining and improving our Grade II Listed building which is used by 17 Lodges and a number of other related groups. It also serves a number of organisations within the community in general.
A further aim, reflecting the name of the Lodge, is to include an element of Masonic education (not research) into each of our meetings thus contributing to a general advancement of Masonic knowledge.
It is also intended that our December meeting will be very short and be followed by a “White Table” – a dinner to which wives, partners and non-Masons would be invited.
We have drawn our membership from far and wide and, if you wish to join us as either a member or a guest, you will be made very welcome.