Barnet National Trust Association was formed in 1979 for local members of the National Trust to meet like minded people and get more from their membership. We are a friendly group who have now opened up our membership to those who are not National Trust members.
We have a monthly lecture programme as well as day outings, an annual 5 day holiday, a quiz, lunches, coffee mornings and other events. Our members also receive 3 newsletters a year, by email or post.
We welcome new members and we are always interested in recruiting people who would like to help with the organisation of our programme.
The annual membership is £8 plus £6 for additional family members at the same address.
Meet a member
My name is Jane Skinner and I have been a member of the National Trust for about 30 years and Barnet National Trust Association since 2005. I moved from the Midlands to Barnet in 2004 and joined the local association to get to know people in the area. I went to my first meeting, offered to help the tea ladies and ended up on the committee! I am now the Secretary and I help to organise outings, events and our annual holiday, all of which are our 'fundraisers' for the National Trust. Our committee and helpers do a fantastic job. As a group we visit National Trust properties in London and the South East as well as during our annual holiday, they are always welcoming and offer great facilities as well as outstanding beauty and interest. I love the family histories and how they lived.
Our lectures are held on the third Tuesday of each month from January to November (No meeting August) and the second Tuesday in December, at 7.45pm in St Mary Magdalen Church Hall, Athenaeum Road, Whetstone, N20 9AE (just off Whetstone High Street and near bus routes)
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for our programme of forthcoming events - we hope it will encourage you to join us.
Get in touch
To find out more please contact our Membership Secretary Csilla Szekeres on 07588 536222 or Secretary Jane Skinner on 020 8211 3926 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on the Barnet Association, please visit their own website: www.bnta.btck.co.uk