Welcome to the web page for Secklow Hundred Lodge 9569
Secklow Hundred Lodge was consecrated on 30th June 1995, with its banner being dedicated 17th January 2003.
Secklow Hundred Lodge derives its name from medieval times. Secklow Hundred was an area which covered what is now the New Town of Milton Keynes. In medieval times it was governed by the families who lived within the hundred. The name was chosen by the founders to reflect their sincere wish to demonstrate, as responsible men and masons, their unqualified support for the principles of order and government once practiced within the hundred.
The lodge was consecrated on 30th June 1995, at the Bletchley Masonic Centre.
The banner of the Lodge was dedicated at the Lodge's 38th meeting held on Friday, 17th January 2003 at the St. Giles Parish Rooms, Stony Stratford. The minutes of this meeting show that 60 brethren were present in the Lodge.
The Regular Meetings of Secklow Hundred Lodge are held on the 3rd Friday in September (Installation), November, January, March and May.
The Secklow Hundred Class of Instruction meets regularly throughout the Masonic season on the 4th Wednesday of every month. There are Officers’ Nights on the two Fridays preceding each Lodge Meeting. All of these take place at St Giles’ Parish Rooms, Stony Stratford commencing at 19:00.
Hopefully, over the next few weeks, I will be able to get my hands on some of the detail relating to Secklow Hundred Lodge's history.
The Secretary of Secklow Hundred Lodge can be contacted at:
- telephone - 01234 391031