|Consecration:||21 September 1983|
|Meeting Place:||The Masonic Hall – Radlett|
|Meeting Dates:||1st Thursday November (Installation)
4th Thursday January
1st Thursday May
2nd Thursday September
Middlesex Masons from Harrow, who also met at Radlett Masonic Centre, together with friends from London, Buckinghamshire and elsewhere decided to form a Lodge to meet at Radlett.
The Lodge’s name and crest evolved from the Sponsoring Lodge Rosewood, and the fact that nearby Watling Street was the boundary between King Alfred’s Kingdom of Wessex and the land ruled by the Danes. It is symbolised in the Crest by English Oak and the Danish Warrior’s Helmet.