The EBM Centre extends a warm welcome to all Masonic and non-Masonic activities including weddings, birthday parties, ladies nights and ‘white table’ events. Our extensive facilities are conveniently located just off the A259 on the cliff top at Peacehaven in East Sussex with ample off road parking.

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East Brighton Masonic Centre

Originally built for the Masonic Lodges of Sussex and with a large number of resident Lodges meeting at the Centre, these modern facilities provide an excellent venue for your special occasion.

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ABOUT EBMC

This quiet rural setting embraces all that Sussex is known for – the dominating white cliffs and panoramic views and all with the backdrop of the famous rolling ‘Downs’. The busy harbour of Newhaven is but a short distance to the east and the vibrant City of Brighton only 5 miles to the West.

Our highly experienced staff will use every effort to make your event a memorable one and guide you through the important planning phase and working with you to ensure you have a thoroughly rewarding day. Our caterers are used to providing top class food to suit all tastes – whether it be a simple buffet or a six course banquet with fine wines and all at inexpensive prices.

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Contact EBMC

Just fill out this contact form and we’ll get back to you in a flash. Or if you prefer the good old fashioned telephone, give us a call on 01273 583918. If you favour email then you can reach us at info@3degree.co.ukk

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Our History

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 (right pic) 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.

Nowadays, Jerrom Hall is home to no less than 11 Craft Lodges, 3 Chapters and 14 Allied Degrees and is also used as a base for many functions, both Masonic and non-Masonic.

It is currently managed by an appointed board of directors who, with the support of all who use the centre, have helped to transform it into an environment that both George and Dorothy Jerrom would have been very proud.