The Friends of Boston Manor are a voluntary group governed by
a Board of Trustees.
The advancement of environmental protection and improvements to include protecting the common interests of Boston Manor Park and Boston Manor House, Brentford, Middlesex and to arranging practical tasks to further the objectives of the Charity.
To encourage local participation in the preservation, management and development of Boston Manor Park, Boston Manor House and its amenities for the benefit of the public as a whole.
The advancement of amateur sports and to promote health and well being to park users.
To arrange or facilitate fundraising events to further the objects of the Charity and to support any charitable trusts with similar objectives.
To provide a point of contact between park users and the land owners (London Borough of Hounslow ) and appointed land managers in the interest of the Park and House and Park users.
The encouragement of learning and the development of skills appropriate within the aims of the Charity.
The Friends of Boston Manor run the Pavilion Cafe weekends and during school holidays (with the exception of Christmas through to end of January) providing a friendly meeting place for visitors to the park.
There is seating for around 20 people inside and we have installed three picnic benches which will accommodate a further 24 people (weather permitting).
Home made cakes, snacks and light refreshments are all available to tempt the palate.
The Friends of Boston Manor offer the pavilion, outside space and the walled garden for hire - a perfect place for children’s parties.
All funds raised are reinvested back into the park.
To hire a space please take a look at charges on the venue hire page.
The Friends of Boston Manor facilitate projects for the Youth Offending Service and Community Payback furthering park improvements.
The Friends of Boston Manor organise volunteering projects to involve the community and Corporate supporters.
The Friends of Boston Manor run and maintain Boston Manor Tennis Club offering affordable tennis for all. This includes children’s tennis camps during school vacations.
The Friends of Boston Manor help organise events including the Brentford Festival now held in Blondin Park and community engagement days in Boston Manor Park.
16th Century Boston Manor House is open to the public April to October, well worth a visit. Entry is free.
We enjoy the company of our young volunteers who help with many projects throughout the year and are in awe of those that show us that it is never to late to exercise!