Brentham suffered significant damage from the storm during the night of 15th/16th October 1987.
See what residents woke up to on the morning of 16th October 1987 (30 years ago)
If you have any photos of the storm you’d like to donate to the archive contact use here
Now in its silver anniversary year, Open House London is a city-wide celebration of the buildings, places, and neighbourhoods where we live, work and play. As part of this celebration we run guided walks around Brentham. These are open to all comers but should be of special interest to new residents.
For further details of London Open House see www.openhouselondon.org.uk
A fascinating new book by Mark Johnson “Street Trees in Britain – A History” is an authoritative account of how trees went from being absent or random elements in the urban landscape to important components in the design of streets.
While mainly about Britain the history and influence of tree planting in other countries is included throughout.
Highly entertaining and readable it moves from ancient Egyptian avenues and the French promenades of the 17th century to the concrete landscapes of modern town development and, of course, Brentham has its own section.
This book would be enjoyed by anyone with love of history and trees so it might be a good idea to start early Christmas shopping by taking advantage of the special pre-publication offer at £29.95 – click here for more detail.
(Pre publication offer now closed)
Sunday 11th June
Brentham Open Gardens afternoon.
Click on poster for details.
Saturday 13th May sees the annual May Day parade round the Brentham estate. A wonderful tradition dating back over 100 years. Come along and enjoy the spectacle. Parade starts at 2-30pm.
While in the vicinity why not drop in to the Brentham Club and try your hand at or watch one of the many sporting activities available. The Top Bar and terrace will be open from 12 midday. Club information and tours of the Grade II listed building will be available on request – everyone welcome.
For more on May Day click here
For more on The Brentham Club click here
Brentham Garden Suburb is one of Ealing’s most attractive and important Conservation Areas. Built in a distinctive architectural style with a semi-rural feel and a strong sense of community, it has become one of Ealing’s most sought-after residential locations. The Brentham Society, a registered charity, exists to ensure the estate stays special by helping to conserve it’s unique architectural, environmental and community features. It does this by giving advice to residents and to Ealing Council on planning applications on, or affecting the estate, by organising regular social and community activities for residents, and by working to further interest in and knowledge about Brentham Garden Suburb.
We’d like to know what you think about the way the Brentham Society works for residents of the estate. Closing date – by 22nd May. The survey is now closed.
Thank you for your help. Gina Mallin (Chair Brentham Society)
This year Open Gardens will be held on Sunday 11th June.
If you are interested in opening your garden, helping with teas or selling programmes – please contact Sheila at email@example.com
Click image to see full brochure
Only £25 each for the first year when 4 new members join together. Normal single annual membership £90.
Why not group together with your neighbours and support our local community facility.
All members receive a 10% discount on all food and drink in the coffee shop and 15% in the bars, and to some club organized events such as bridge classes (upon production of valid membership card).
Membership forms (here) to be completed by each new member. Offer ends 31st March 2017
These tea towels show images from our extensive archive. Printed on top quality Panama Cotton, hemmed on 4 sides, measuring 78 x 49 cm and priced at £6-50 each, or £20 for the set of four, they make ideal gifts.
Only available direct from The Brentham Society – contact us here
For our full range of merchandise visit our shop
Local Cafe, Cinnamon, on Pitshanger Lane has come up with a really useful idea and is recycling coffee grounds for customers to take for their gardens.
Do help yourselves, enrich your Brentham garden and at the same time support a local recycling initiative.