|Consecration:||29 May 1925|
|Meeting Place:||Halsey Masonic Hall – Watford|
|Meeting Dates:||2nd Friday April (Installation)
2nd Friday January
2nd Friday February
2nd Friday October
2nd Friday November
The name of the Lodge is derived from Dame Elizabeth Fuller who, in 1704, founded the Watford Endowed Schools to provide a proper education for the children of poor families. The Old Boys Association was inaugurated in 1894 and adopted the title Old Fullerians Association in 1901. In the early 1920’s, a number of Old Boys who were Freemasons petitioned Grand Lodge to form a Lodge primarily to enable Old Boys and Masters of the School to join a Masonic Fellowship.
The first Master was W. Bro C E Taylor and his Breast Jewel is today presented on Installation Nights to the IPM to wear during the year. The Crest of the Lodge is adopted from the School Badge, ‘Sperate Parate’ – meaning ‘Hope and be Prepared’.