Just a little about our Lodge, when and where we meet and a little history.
Our Lodge holds four meetings a year, on the first Monday in October, December, February and April, and then breaks for five months during the summer, all our meetings are held at the Harrow District Masonic Centre (HDMC) in Kenton, Middlesex... click here for details and directions.
Click on our calendar for a full list of events over the next six/twelve months.
We also have regular Lodge of Instruction (LoI) meetings between September and March, which are also held at HDMC.
Several of the Founders were from the Sudbury Area. As most of the surrounding localities had a Middlesex Lodge named after their geographical districts, the Founders decided on "The Sudbury Lodge" to complete the full complement of Lodges in NW Middlesex. The crest was designed with the church in Harrow-on-the-Hill to show the beautiful surroundings. The motto of the John Lyon School, "Floreat Haec Mansio" was incorporated in the hope that the Sudbury Lodge would flourish likewise.
W.Bro. P. G. Hooper
Our Lodge was consecrated on Monday, the 19th of March 1923, making it 94 years old this year.
Here is a little history and brief description of the lodge as published in a book of Middlesex Lodges.
If you are thinking about becoming a Freemason, would like to join or visit our Lodge, or would simply like a little more information contact us.