Aylesbury Centre

We take a keen interest in smaller properties, including The King's Head © Andy Williams

We take a keen interest in smaller properties, including The King's Head

The Aylesbury Centre is a voluntary association of National Trust members and volunteers, founded in 1974 to promote and prosper our work.

We also aim to provide social activities. These include an evening talks programme, outings to Trust places and other destinations, coffee mornings and more.

The 250 or so members live in Aylesbury, across the Aylesbury Vale and beyond.

We take a keen interest in smaller properties, including The King's Head. We particularly support Claydon House at Middle Claydon, near Buckingham and Ashridge Estate.

Some members are room stewards at Claydon. Associated with this, we produced a booklet on Florence Nightingale - aimed at children but also of interest to adults.

We celebrated our 40th anniversary in 2014 with a social evening at Claydon House. Our President, John Bly, takes an active interest in the Centre.

Meetings (starting at 8pm) take place in:
Broughton Junior School
Broughton Avenue
Aylesbury
HP20 1NQ

Doors open at 7.30pm, providing time to browse the book stall, talk to friends and buy raffle tickets.

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