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The Arts Society Englemere  (Ascots evening Arts Society)

To register your interest please go to the website click on “contact us” and email  and you will receive the link.


The Arts Society Englemere are now utilising ZOOM technology to encourage us all to have some fun and enjoyment !  Guests are welcome to join any event or lecture online. After the Lecture there is an opportunity to put questions to the lecturer.

The next lectures and visits are listed in “AscotMatters”

To register your interest in any lecture please go to the website click on “contact us” and email  and you will receive the link.

The Society in normal times, meets on the second Tuesday of every month (except August & December) at: St George’s School, St. George’s Lane, Ascot at 7pm for 7.45pm.
There is time for socialising followed by a lecture given by one of the highly recommended lecturers. The lectures cover a broad range of subjects including Art, Architecture, Sculpture, Porcelain, Silver, Furniture & Music.

We also organise visits each year to places of interest such as Country Houses, Royal Palaces, Galleries, Museums & Gardens plus short tours in the UK and overseas city tours which have included St. Petersburg, Madrid Amsterdam Dresden & Istanbul.
In addition we hold a Summer and Christmas social event each year. 

As a charity the Society is involved in projects which will make a difference to young lives - helping and encouraging young people to enjoy and participate in the Arts in conjunction with local schools and children’s organisations.

Englemere is a very friendly branch of the Society and is always pleased to welcome new members.  If you think you may be interested in ‘testing the water’, please go to the website click on “contact us” and  and you will receive the link.

The membership card entitles members to some concessions such as discounted entry to certain exhibitions.


CLICK HERE for details of next meeting

May 11th 2021



Paul has a degree in Geography from Sheffield University and a Masters Degree in Landscape Architecture at Edinburgh.  He is a qualified landscape architect and park manager and has worked for several local authorities across the UK.  He is a prolific author on parks with 14 books to his name.  Now a UK leading expert on bandstands he has been asked to assist in localised restoration projects nationwide and has been a regular and popular speaker on bandstands and public parks.