The centrally located Masonic Centre in Peacehaven, East Sussex offers a very high standard of venue and facilities catering perfectly up to 200 people.
George Jerrom was the owner of the Bowls Club in Peacehaven. He was also an enthusiastic Mason and when he died, his wife Dorothy decided to donate an area of land adjacent to the Club, to the building of a new Masonic Temple for the area and the building was subsequently named Jerrom Hall.
The foundation stone for the new building was laid by the Provincial Grand Master, The Right Worshipful Brother Arthur Jolly J.P. at a special ceremony on the 24th May 1967 with nearly 200 members of various Lodges in the Province of Sussex in attendance.
Jerrom Hall was officially opened for Masonic business some 18 months later. Meeching Lodge were scheduled to be the first Lodge to meet at the centre, but due to a severe snow storm in that year, the meeting was cancelled and Rottingdean Lodge officially became the first Lodge to meet at Jerrom Hall.
The sumptuous East Brighton Masonic Centre and decor is ideal for special occasions and celebrations, at the same time ideal for community events, parties, concerts, indoor events and much more…