Westpark Club is a volunteer-run centre for boys & young men inspired by Catholic principles. It’s situated opposite Ealing Common in West London. We offer a study environment and a programme of constructive activities for school years 5 to 13 (ages 10 to 18). Westpark Centre also organises sessions for men, including talks, recollections & retreats. These are organised by the Opus Dei, a Catholic prelature.
Who can become a member?
Westpark is open to boys between the ages of 10 and 18 of all races, religions and backgrounds.
What is our aim?
To support the work of parents in the human, spiritual and cultural development of their sons, based on Christian principles.
What sort of activities do we run?
Westpark Club offers a friendly environment for members to enjoy activities of many different sorts, including sport, creative challenges, mind games, trips out and weekends away. In addition there are study facilities, available on certain weekdays for older boys. We can help with tutoring in most fields and offer general study guidance.
Soon more information about what we do
Activities of a spiritual or doctrinal nature are entrusted to Opus Dei, a personal Prelature of the Catholic Church.
How can parents get involved?
Parents are encouraged to take an active interest in what the club has to offer, and they are always welcome to come and talk to the leaders. Family events are also organised on an occasional basis.
Who owns Westpark?
Westpark is a part of Netherhall Educational Association, a registered charity.
Where is Westpark?
We’re based at 1, Leopold Road, London, W5, opposite Ealing Common and very close to Ealing Common tube station. For more details, see our Contact Us page.