Ealing National Trust Association (ENTA) was founded in 1980. Its purpose is two-fold: to enhance membership of the National Trust, and to raise funds for the National Trust. To this end ENTA organises a programme of events which will be of interest to National Trust members living in the Ealing area and which raise a small profit. Monies raised during the year are donated to various National Trust projects.
Events fall into the following categories.
Lectures: there are 11 lectures a year which are free to ENTA members. (See the attached forthcoming programme).
Coach Trips: These are organised in the summer months to a variety of venues, (not necessarily National Trust properties). On occasion, where the destination is considered to be too far for a comfortable day-trip, a two-day trip is arranged with an overnight stop in hotel accommodation.
Outings: These take place all year round to places in the London area where it is usually necessary to make group-bookings. (See the attached forthcoming programme).
Holidays: Two four or five-day holidays are organised each year. One to a UK destination from whence day-trips to local place of interest will be made. The second holiday is to a European City. (See the attached forthcoming programme).
Special Events: These comprise concerts, Christmas dinner etc,etc.
ENTA members receive a quarterly magazine, giving details of all the above events and booking proforma.