The Society’s Annual Betjeman Lecture: The Pissarros in Bedford Park, 1897 – 1944 takes place on Wednesday 13 June, 7.30pm. Reserve you place now.
In addition to our core role of preserving the character of Bedford Park, the Society works on behalf of the local community to improve the amenities of the area and the environment, representing residents’ views and interests.
The Bedford Park Society aims to protect the amenities of the conservation area, the buildings and their setting, and to ensure any development is in keeping with the original character of the garden suburb.
We are keen to help our members with issues affecting the Bedford Park street scene, the quality of the environment and with the services provided to the community by the local authorities, police and other agencies.
Considered the world's first garden suburb, Bedford Park continues to retain its identity, community spirit and unique character bequeathed by the inspiration and genius of its original founder and architects.
Bedford Park Society
Since 1963 we have been working to preserve and enhance the character of the suburb and its buildings - their setting, maintenance and development - and on community issues affecting residents. Please support our efforts.