Welcome to Enfield National Trust Association

If you are interested in promoting and saving our Heritage, you have come to the right place! Enfield National Trust Association was formed 40 years ago, and is one of the leading Associations in our area.

Why not come along to one of our Afternoon or Evening Meetings to see what we have to offer - you will be most welcome!

You do not have to be a member of the National Trust to join us.


We are a voluntary organisation for local members of the National Trust enabling us to further our common interest in the preservation of our country’s heritage. Enfield National Trust Association was formed in 1977 and has over 350 members living in Enfield and adjacent areas. We are independent of the National Trust, with our own constitution, and have a committee to organise our affairs, together with various helpers. 
 
Our evening meetings are held in the Enfield Grammar School, Market Place, Enfield. We also have afternoon meetings in Holtwhites Sports and Social Club, Kirkland Drive, Holtwhites Hill, Enfield. At both our evening and afternoon meetings we have guest speakers, recent subjects have included: Wildlife of Epping Forest; The Last Thames Barge; St. Pancras Hotel; Ally Pally Prison Camp and many more diverse subjects. You are most welcome to come along to one of our meetings as a guest, for a small charge, and see what we do?

We have coach outings to various houses and gardens, some National Trust and some privately owned. Also, we have visits to places in London, which are very popular, especially those not normally open to the public. Coach trips to concerts in the Cadogan Hall, and theatre trips to The Watermill, Newbury, and The Mill at Sonning also feature.  All of our visits are keenly priced and are only available to members of our association.

We are waiting for you to join us!




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