Hear A Talk On London Stile and Style Hall Mansion

The next Brentford and Chiswick Local History Society meeting

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The Brentford and Chiswick Local History Society

The Brentford and Chiswick Local History Society are hosting their next talk on 18 March, 7.30pm at the Chiswick Memorial Club, Bourne Place, W4 2EL.

London Stile was a hamlet on the Chiswick/ Brentford border, a landmark on the road to the West. It disappeared as the suburb grew and today only Stile Hall Gardens preserves the name. In this illustrated talk Janet McNamara and Val Bott will describe the houses and their residents, with a little Victorian scandal thrown in for good measure!

Style Hall Mansions in the 1880s. Picture: Brentford and Chiswick Local History Society

The Society's talks usually take place on the third Monday of the month. They meet at the Chiswick Memorial Club starting at 7.30pm. Remember that Afton House does not open until 7pm.

Membership of the Brentford & Chiswick Local History Society ensures that you receive details of the Society’s programme of talks and outings and entitles you to a copy of the annual Journal. The bookstall at meetings ensures that you keep up to date with current local publications. From time to time there are opportunities to join a small research group or assist with a local history project.

The membership year runs from January to December and the annual subscription costs £9.00. If you wish to join, come along to one of the meetings.

March 14, 2019

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