Welcome to the St John's Wood Society

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At the St John’s Wood Society, we encourage high standards of architecture and town planning in St John’s Wood. 


Our interests cover the built environment, traffic and trees as well as matters of public concern including security and protection of local facilities. We aim to stimulate public interest in and care for the beauty, history and character of the area.


We also work to ensure that the neighbourhood has a sense of community so that people will be happy to say that they live in St John's Wood.


The Society listens to the diverse views of its members and speaks to the relevant people who influence what goes on locally.

We welcome new members who enjoy living or working in beautiful St John’s Wood. You can join as an individual, a family or a business. You will receive two newsletters every year, full of interesting information about the area, as well as information on and invitations to local events.


Please tell your neighbours, and support us by joining the Society, using the button below.

Dick Schumacher


The St John's Wood Society exists to promote a shared respect for the beauty, history and character of St John's Wood, to conserve the amenities by making appropriate representations to those who influence local development, and to help build and support our community.

Easter Egg Hunt at Lord's for all members with children.  18 March 2018.

Spring will soon be here - and so will the next edition of From The Wood!

St John's Hospice Easter Fayre 17-18 March 2018.


The St John's Wood Society

PO Box 20586




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If you would like to join, please complete the on line application or print out a form and post it to us with payment.


Members receive two Newsletters a year and an opportunity to take part in Society events. Members are also able to raise matters of concern at our Annual General Meeting, held in the autumn.