Wembley and District Centre

The garden at Fenton House

Looking for something to do in the evening? Interested in meeting people? Then come and join the Wembley and District Centre of the National Trust, founded in 1979.

We have summer outings to National Trust and other places, a summer holiday in the UK and, in the winter, visits to places of interest in London, where you make your own way by public transport.

We have talks at all our evening meetings which are usually the third Thursday in the month at 8pm at the Sudbury Neighbourhood Centre, 809 Harrow Road, Wembley.

In the last 3 years, we have raised £10,300 for the Trust. While our main aim is to raise funds for the National Trust, we also aim to enjoy ourselves. You're welcome to come along and ‘try us out’. As a visitor you will be asked to contribute £2, while our annual membership is £12.

Get in touch

Contact: Mrs Jean Peacock
Tel: 020 8902 1324

See what's coming up

1 November 2016 – outing to Royal Air Force Museum London

6 November 2016 – Theatre trip ‘The Play That Went Wrong’

15 November  2016 – outing to House & Chapel of St Barnabas

17 November 2016 – lecture ‘The Delhi Durbar Crown’ (Imperial Crown of India) by David Callaghan

6 December  2016 – outing to Watford Palace Theatre – ‘Beauty & the Beast’ Pantomime

15 December 2016 - lecture ‘Stowe Gardens’ by Barry Smith

19 January 2017 – lecture ‘Jewish London’ by Colin Oakes

26 January 2017 – outing to St Lawrence Jewry Church & City of London Police Museum

14 February 2017 – outing to Handel House Museum & Jimi Hendrix’s House

16 February 2017 – lecture ‘Funny Girls – a look at some of Britain’s comediennes from the 1930s to the 1960s’ by Geoff Bowden

16 March 2017 – Annual General Meeting followed by your photos from our trips and holiday

28 March 2017 – Theatre trip ‘Beautiful: The Carole King Musical’

20 April 2017 - lecture ‘River Kwai Railway – the true story’ by Major (Retired) Paul Whittle