|Consecration:||15 October 1976|
|Meeting Place:||The Cloisters – Letchworth|
|Meeting Dates:||3rd Friday September (Installation)
3rd Friday January
3rd Friday March
3rd Friday April
3rd Friday November
The Lodge takes its name from a local hamlet on the Stevenage to Hertford Road. The Proprietor of the local Inn, The Three Horse Shoes, an enthusiastic Mason, together with others locally unattached, made representations to form a new Lodge. Their petition was answered and the Hooks Cross Lodge was consecrated at The Cloisters, Letchworth.
The Lodge Crest, a Hart by a crossing of two streams, the River Beane, with its Motto ‘Esto Perpetua’’Be Thou Eternal’, was readily accepted and approved.