Harrow Association

Visitors in the garden at Ham House and Garden, Surrey.

Harrow National Trust Association was founded in 1989 as an association of members & volunteers of the National Trust drawn together to further their common interest in the preservation of the country's rich inheritance.

Our objectives are to promote the work of the National Trust locally, raise funds in its support and to enrich members' understanding of its work.

We organise a variety of activities for our members which include :

  • Varied evening and afternoon talks
  • Coach trips to stately homes and gardens
  • Make your own ways trip to places of interest in London
  • Coffee mornings
  • Christmas lunch
  • Theatre outings  
  • Holidays

To make the most of your National Trust membership and meet new friends, why not join your local centre?  You will be assured a very warm welcome.

Membership is open to all paid up members and volunteers of the National Trust or its affiliated organisations and we look forward to hearing from you.

In return, you will receive a newsletter 3 times per year and attend the talks which take place at the Pinner Village Hall. Outings, holidays etc are offered to members at an additional cost.

View our independent website: http://www.hanta.btck.co.uk/