|Consecration:||2 October 1950|
|Meeting Place:||Halsey Masonic Hall – Cheshunt|
|Meeting Dates:||2nd Tuesday July (Installation)
2nd Tuesday March
2nd Tuesday September
2nd Tuesday November
Three Past Masters, S A Weeden, T W Norman, and W A Hunt, realised that with Freemasonry growing as life returned to normal after the War, there was a need for a new Lodge at Halsey Hall, Cheshunt.
They found twelve others of a like mind and petitioned for the Lodge to to be formed. It was named after the Eleanor Cross which stands in Waltham Cross, a short distance from Halsey Hall. The statue was also used for the Lodge Crest.