|Consecration:||14 November 1964|
|Meeting Place:||Ashwell House – St Albans|
|Meeting Dates:||2nd Saturday November (Installation)
3rd Saturday February
4th Saturday April
3rd Saturday June
1st Saturday October
The name of the Lodge is derived from the Roman town of Verulamium the site of which lies within the boundaries of the City of St. Albans. The Lodge was consecrated, as is said in the preamble to its by-laws, “primarily for the association of the Old Boys of the County Grammar School, Brampton Road, and of Governors and Masters of the School”. The School was later renamed Verulam School and the motto is ‘Faire Mon Devoir’ – ‘to do my duty’.