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Wimbledon National Trust Association was founded in 1982 and  last year we celebrated our 35th anniversary.  Currently we have around 300 members in and around South West London. Our objectives are to promote 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:

  • Monthly coach outings April - October
  • Monthly lectures October/November and January - April
  • Social and Fund Raising Events including a Christmas Lunch
  • Coffee Mornings/Afternoon Teas at members' homes
  • Annual 5 night holiday and a 2 night weekend break
  • Monthly Town & Around Walks and Visits

We also aim to support our local property Morden Hall Park and in the past have provided funds to support their succesful bid for heritage grants, which have enabled them to provide a very popular children's play area and renovate and open up the stable block. Since our formation we have raised over £151,000.  

In the past two years our donations have contibuted to Morden Hall Park installing a Rose Arbour, re-stocking the rose beds, providing funds for a new  bed for climbing roses on the outside of the stable wall near the picnic area and waders and life jackets to be used in the Wetlands. This year our contribution will go towards new bridges over the stream in the Rose Garden. We have again donated to the National Trust Neptune Coastline campaign.

Wimbledon National Trust Association is independent of the National Trust and governed by a consititution common to all the charity's Centres and Associations. Our affairs are conducted by a committee of officers and members, who are elected at our Annual General Meeting, which is held in March each year. Membership is open to all paid-up members and volunteers of the National Trust or its affiliated organisations, so to make the most of your National Trust membership and meet new friends, why not join us? You will be assured a warm welcome.


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