|Consecration:||21 January 1976|
|Meeting Place:||The Masonic Hall – Radlett|
|Meeting Dates:||3rd Wednesday September (Installation)
2nd Wednesday February
3rd Wednesday May
2nd Wednesday November
Several Members of the Venturer Lodge No. 7897 (Chingford, Essex) living in the SW. area of Hertfordshire, wished to have a similar Lodge in Herts., consisting mainly of Brethren working with or for the Scout Movement. The Lodge has developed a number of distinct customs and traditions over the years, largely influenced by the Scout connections, e.g. the summer meeting is in Scout uniform, and a kudu horn, believed to have belonged to Lord Robert Baden-Powell, is blown at the Festive Board. The Lodge is a Member of the Kindred Lodges Association, which comprises some twenty five similar Lodges and periodically acts as host to large meetings of that body.