If you want to find out more about Brentham Garden Suburb, these pages should point you in the right direction.

A good starting point if you are thinking of making changes to your Brentham home are the planning pages, which include some handy hints.

This website boasts a photograph, along with historical information, of every building in the conservation area.Take a virtual tour or choose a street to explore.

The Brentham Story is a 73-minute DVD about the history, conservation and community life of Brentham by BAFTA-nominated filmmaker and local resident Martin Mortimore.

Brentham: A History of the Pioneer Garden Suburb has been described as ‘one of the best local history books ever produced’, ‘masterly, a generous and lavish book’ and ‘an inspiring combination of architectural guide and social history... a substantial contribution to our understanding of the garden suburb movement’.

The Pioneer Co-Partnership Suburb cost just threepence when it was first published in 1912. It’s now available in a superb facsimile edition and worth every penny of the higher price tag!

The Brentham Archive houses the most comprehensive collection in existence of material on the history of Brentham Garden Suburb.

The chools’ resource pack is an invaluable resource for teachers wishing to explore with pupils the history and architecture of this pioneering garden suburb.

For a firsthand taste of Brentham, follow the heritage walk published by the Brentham Society in conjunction with Ealing Council.

Explore beyond this website by following some varied and informative links.

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