|Consecration:||8 March 1974|
|Meeting Place:||Ashwell House – St Albans|
|Meeting Dates:||1st Friday June (Installation)
1st Friday March
3rd Friday September
4th Friday October
2nd Friday December
Park Street Lodge was formed because a number of London Masons who were meeting at an unofficial Lodge of Instruction (The Crown) in St. Albans, desired to be Members of the same Lodge. As the majority came from the Park Street area, Park Street was the name decided on.
It was decided that, based on established facts, the Lodge could adopt a unique insignia; therefore the Lodge Banner and Crest were designed to show the Roman association with the area.