Pegasus Lodge 5637

Pegasus Lodge meets in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire on the second Saturday in January, March, April, October, and November. We meet at the Masonic Hall in Ripon Street and use Emulation working.

 

Pegasus Lodge № 5637 was Consecrated on the 21st September 1936, at The Masonic Hall, Aylesbury, by the Right Worshipful Brother The Right Reverend Lord Bishop of Buckingham, and sponsored by Buckingham Lodge no.591.

We are a vibrant, medium sized lodge with many members from all walks of life. Our youngest is 19 years old and our oldest is 92, with almost every other decade represented. We hold lodge meetings 5 times a year, and have other functions, both formal and informal. Many of our members are keen masons who visit other lodges on a regular basis, and we are always happy to host visitors from far and wide.

The lodge was originally formed by masons with a connection to the Royal Air Force, from nearby RAF Halton, near Wendover. We still have former RAF personnel as members today, and are proud of our military roots, although we have no serving members at present.

For further information, to find out what we do; who we are; where we meet and more, feel free to browse our interesting and extensive website http://pegasuslodge.weebly.com. You can use our contact form or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or why not send us a tweet @pegasuslodge we’ll always be happy to hear from you, and ready to make you welcome.