|Consecration:||23 June 1947|
|Meeting Place:||Halsey Masonic Hall – Cheshunt|
|Meeting Dates:||2nd Tuesday October (Installation)
2nd Tuesday February
2nd Tuesday April
2nd Tuesday December
Members of the James Terry Lodge No 2372, founded Crossbrook Lodge in 1947, following the upsurge of masonic membership after the Second World War. There continues to be a close bond between Crossbrook and James Terry, with members taking part in each other’s installation ceremonies.
Bro J E Dumerton designed the Crest depicting a bridge crossing over a nearby brook.
Early meetings were held at Freemasons’ Hall, Great Queen Street, before the lodge moved permanently to Halsey Masonic Hall, to be closer to Crossbrook Street, Cheshunt, and the homes, work places and businesses of the majority of members. Crossbrook Lodge membership has always been made up of diverse backgrounds and occupations, and with a wide age-range, and this continues to this day.
Crossbrook has a vibrant social calendar, with a number of successful fundraising events throughout the year, contributing to local charities; and a well-supported Ladies’ Night Festival held in April. Crossbrook remains rooted in the local community of Cheshunt.