Welcome to York House Society website. The York House Society is Twickenham's oldest amenity society. It was formed in 1924 from the committee of councillors and local residents that was originally set up in 1922, to persuade the then Urban District Council to buy York House for conversion to a town hall.

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The afternoon programme of music and dance was a tremendous success, thanks to the staff, musicians, dancers and students of Richmond College. Thanks also to Rachel Morrison and Chris Britten, and to the students and staff of Chase Bridge Primary School for their video on York House and the Council.
Paul Leonard's report on the event


Meetings will be in the Terrace Room at York House.
For information email the Hon Sec Susan Chappell at yorkhousesociety@gmail.com
Meetings start at 7.30pm

Friday 9th July – AGM and talk by Catherine Parry-Wingfield: Turners House – a Jewel in St Margarets.

Sunday 18th September pm: Open House, 2.00pm to 4.00pm

Friday 7th October – Celia Holman – The history of Eel Pie Island and its museum.

Friday 11th November – Simon Shelly from the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) on supporting good international relations. 

Guided Walks about York House Gardens:
Meet at the Statues at 10.00am on: Friday 15th July and Friday 14th October
The gardens and the tennis courts are open every day except Christmas Day and New Years Day.

The Sunken Garden at York House