His involvement in two Church schools, Bishop Winnington Ingram and Bishop Ramsey, the Church Scout group and the Parish Church of St Martin of Tours - together with the strong support of W Bros Clarrie Parfitt, John Ward, Peter Wiggins, Mike Foxwell and Geoff Jones - meant that many local candidates had the chance to join the Craft.
The Consecration was performed by His Honour Judge Alan Trapnell, Deputy Provincial Grand Master, and the Master was Installed by W Bro Gordon Bourne, an Assistant Provincial Grand Master.
Several members have gone on to serve the Province of Middlesex at senior level and the Lodge has been involved in every aspect of Masonic life, both in Middlesex and in Grand Lodge and its associated Charities.
The Lodge has pioneered garden parties, Lodge of Instruction suppers, annual celebratory dinners and traditional ladies nights, and the social side has always involved wives and partners.
Since 1992 the Lodge has had an important involvement in the Provincial Service of Thanksgiving held each year in St Albans Abbey or Guildford Cathedral.
The Lodge has raised many thousands of pounds for local good causes including hospices and specific medical projects. It has provided a major contribution to the cost of the new roof on the Parish Church.
It supports the Provincial Fundraising activities that benefit masons and non-masons alike.
The Lodge is indeed very proud of its record in supporting the community at large whilst enjoying the company of its fellow members - and having fun.
History of the the Lodge
The Lodge was Consecrated at Harrow on 29 October 1984 after a long held wish by the Founding Master, the late W Bro Clive Pigram, to start a new Ruislip based lodge which would bring together local brethren in London lodges and those in other Provinces.