Edmonton Latymer Lodge No. 5026 is a Lodge of Freemasons based in Cheshunt, Hertfordshire.
We are a Patron of the RMBI and a member of the School Lodges Association.
The Lodge was consecrated on 30th October 1928 by ex-pupils of Edmonton Latymer School and over the years its membership has been drawn from amongst the pupils and staff of that school. This link was continued until the opening up of membership to non Latymer pupils in the 1980’s.
We meet on the third Friday in January, March (Installation) and September, and the first Friday in November at Halsey Hall, Cheshunt, Waltham Cross, EN8 8NJ
We welcome visiting Masons who have been regularly initiated under the authority of the United Grand Lodge of England or any Grand Lodge recognised by the United Grand Lodge of England. We respectfully request that you provide brief details of your Masonic association when making your enquiry to us on the Contact Us page.
The qualifying age for Freemasonry is generally 21 years of age. All enquiries regarding membership should be made via the Contact us link. Contrary to popular belief you do not need to ‘wait to be asked’ to join.
Freemasonry is open to men of all walks of life and of any race or religion who believe in a God (by whatever name He is known to them). Additionally Freemasonry is open to women only, and both men and women via their own Grand Lodges.
The proposal form requires that a candidate for Freemasonry does not expect, anticipate or seek any preferment or financial benefit as a consequence of becoming a member. There should be no conflict between a candidate’s family, business or professional interests and membership, nor can the candidate have a criminal record. There is a process for expulsion for members who commit a criminal act.
Every member has the opportunity to take office in his lodge and become its master.