|Consecration:||13 November 1980|
|Meeting Place:||Halsey Masonic Hall – Cheshunt|
|Meeting Dates:||2nd Thursday November (Installation)
2nd Thursday February
2nd Thursday April
3rd Thursday September
The Lodge was consecrated on 13 November 1980. It was founded by a group of 19 Masonic friends living in Cuffley who often visited each others’ Lodges, but a number had not had the opportunity, for various reasons, to progress through the Chair of their Mother Lodge. Cuffley Lodge was therefore founded not only to provide for masonry in the village of Cuffley, but also to allow these Master Masons a chance to progress through the Chair of a Lodge. To this day, Cuffley Lodge maintains the tradition that only Master Masons progress to the Chair and it has not needed to call on Past Masters to fill in. Like many lodges, Cuffley Lodge has had members with close connections from other spheres. Initially, there was a substantial group of publicans and policemen. Equally, there was also a strong contingent who were also members of the local Round Table.