From 8 February 2021, we have had a film crew on site and can now share some details about what has been filmed over these past few weeks.
For the January / February issue of Finchley Community Magazine, our Visitor Services Manager Melanie Wynard, wrote a fascinating historical piece.
We were delighted to be asked to contribute to the September / October issue of the Finchley Community Magazine.
The second issue of Finchley's new magazine, Finchley Community Magazine came out in July. Have you read it yet? It is available to read online here.
There is a new magazine for the local area, Finchley Community Magazine.
We have created 3D digital objects of some of the artifacts in the Stephens Collection, so that people can enjoy them even while the museum is closed due to the Covid pandemic.
Enter our Spring Photo Competition and win Sunday Lunch for two!
This year marks 100 years since the bequest of the House and Gardens by Henry Stephens for the enjoyment of the people. We are marking this exciting Centenary by fundraising to keep Stephens House & Gardens a special place for future generations to continue to enjoy. Unlike other public parks, we do not receive ongoing financial support from the local authority and as a result we are responsible for raising our own funds to cover costs of the upkeep, maintenance and improvements needed for the House and Gardens.
There are lots of ways you can get involved to help us achieve our fundraising goal. You can Name a Brick, make a donation, run your own fundraiser, become a Business Patron and also by simply letting people know about us! We have a dedicated section of the website where you can find out more, find some fundraising inspiration and make your online order for your own named brick.
Let us know if you have any additional ideas of how you can help us. Together we can secure the future of our beautiful historic venue for all to enjoy in the years to come!