Interested in making the most of your National Trust membership? Why not join your local supporter group in London? It's a great way to meet people and to enjoy special talks, visits, holidays and other social and fundraising events. You'll also be helping a great cause. We've listed your local groups in the London area:
The Barnet Association was founded in 1979 in the borough of Barnet and surrounding area.
The Beckenham and Bromley Centre supports local National Trust places.
Any National Trust members may join the Croydon and District Centre to enjoy lectures, outings, holidays and social events.
The Ealing National Trust Association raises funds for, and enhances membership of, the National Trust.
An association that supports the work of the Trust and organises trips to its places.
The Enfield Association has raised funds for the National Trust and has recently supported projects at Stowe Gardens.
An association that supports the work of the Trust in Surrey.
Friends of Osterley Park support the Osterley Park Estate by raising funds for various projects. Many members also support Osterley by volunteering at the House.
The Friends of Red House was established in 1998 to help Ted and Doris Hollamby, who had lived there since 1952, keep the house open to the public.
The Harrow Association supports the work of the National Trust in north-west London and beyond.
The London Centre visits local National Trust places in and around London, including Carlyle's House and Osterley Park.
The LWMNTV members live all over the UK and the group organises weekend volunteering trips to National Trust places across the country.
The Richmond Association works closely with Ham House and Garden and Osterley Park and House.
Come and join the Watford and District Association and help support your local National Trust places through lecture evenings, social events and fund-raising. Everybody is welcome.
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.
The Wimbledon National Trust Association has raised money for Morden Hall Park and other properties in the area.
Find more information on supporter groups and up-to-date contact details for each group.
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