|Consecration:||16 May 1967|
|Meeting Place:||Ashwell House – St Albans|
|Meeting Dates:||1st Saturday February (Installation)
1st Saturday April
2nd Saturday May
4th Saturday October
1st Saturday December
The Lodge was formed by a number of Masons from theLondon area who were mainly connected with the De Havilland Aircraft Co. (later Hawker Siddeley and British Aerospace) in Hertfordshire.
Sir Geoffrey de Havilland and Grand Lodge disallowed the preferred name of De Havilland Lodge. The Founders then followed the Hertfordshire practice of naming the Lodge after a river or brook and adopted the present name from the brook that runs along the edge of the airfield and is also the name of the adjoining land.
At the request of the then RW Provincial Grand Master, Col. Alexander Woods MBE TD, Emulation Working was adopted.
A most distinguished mason in the person of W. Bro T W Norman was the first Master and, under the sponsorship of the St. Albans Lodge No. 2786, the Lodge was consecrated at Ashwell House, St. Albans.