Havering and District Association

Close up of an exterior door at Rainham Hall, London

The Havering and District Association arranges day visits and short-break holidays through the summer, which have previously included Arundel, Blenheim, Chichester and Stamford, as well as having a three-day holiday on the Isle of Wight in their programme.

Havering and District National Trust was founded in 1979 and has members drawn from Hornchurch, Romford, Upminster and the surrounding areas. The aims of the group are to:-
 Promote the work of the National Trust
 To raise funds to support National Trust projects
•  To make membership of the National Trust more enjoyable and effective 
Membership to Havering and District National Trust gives you the opportunity of meeting other people who have an interest in the National Trust and also taking part in the activities organised by the committee. 
We meet once a month at Ardleigh House Hall, Ardleigh Green Road, Hornchurch, RM11 2LG. Our main activities are a series of monthly talks in the winter months on a variety of topics; outings during the summertime and usually a holiday in the autumn.

In line with the government guidance we have cancelling our meetings in March, April and May. Our next meeting will be October.

A warm welcome awaits you, so why not come along and join us? Find out more about our upcoming programme of talks here.

Get in touch

For more information and to join the Havering & District Association, please contact us: Mids.SupporterGroups@nationaltrust.org.uk