Events

Online events for Spring 2021

ALL FRIENDS WILL RECEIVE DETAILS BY EMAIL – NO BOOKING REQUIRED

Non-members are welcome; please contact us via this email link or the menu button above right to receive details for the link

There is no charge, but a voluntary donation of £10 would be appreciated via the DONATE button on the Friends website.  Further details are available here on  the Friends’ website.


The Friends of St Anne’s Presents via ZOOM Webinar

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TUESDAY, 9th FEBRUARY 2021

7.00 PM TO 8.00 PM 

All Members will receive the link for joining by email

Non-Members are welcome. They may receive joining instructions from an existing member, or on request from

There is no charge for joining but a voluntary donation of £10 would be appreciated.

There is no charge for joining but a voluntary donation of £10 would be appreciated. 

Donations can be made via the DONATE button on The Friends website 

See list of the planned events below –  Promotional Flyers to follow


 ‘AN AFTERNOON CHARITY BRIDGE DRIVE WITH SUPPER’ SATURDAY 24th APRIL 2021 – TBC

Organised by Tina Ruygrok. A superb opportunity to enjoy another exclusive afternoon of bridge with The Friends of St Anne’s.’ This will be followed by supper and a glass of wine with prizes and raffle which will include the engraved ‘The Friends of St Anne’s Bridge Cup’


THE GEORGIAN VISITOR’ ‘A Vignette of Garden Visiting in the Eighteenth Century’

A Talk by Richard Wheeler – The National Trust Specialist in Garden History. Richard Wheeler now in his 43rd year with the National Trust is now The Trust’s National Specialist in Garden History giving curatorial and historical advice on the Trust’s 133 registered gardens in England, Wales and Northern Ireland


‘THE PERSONALITIES WHO SHAPED THE GUNNERSBURY ESTATE’

A Talk by David Bowler – Chief Executive the Gunnersbury Estate. Gunnersbury Park is a park between ActonBrentfordChiswick and Ealing, West London. Purchased for the nation from the Rothschild family, it was opened to the public by Neville Chamberlain, then Minister of Health, on 21 May 1926. The park is currently jointly managed by Hounslow and Ealing borough councils. A major restoration project funded by the National Lottery was completed in 2018