The Kings Langley Evergreen Club is a social club for the over 55’s.
It normally meets fortnightly on Thursday afternoons at the Community Centre in the Nap.

The hall has full wheelchair access and toilet facilities for disabled people and an adjacent free car park.

Our meetings are relaxed and friendly and are varied in nature, with something for everyone, as indicated in our information leaflet which is reproduced here. Members pay an annual subscription of £5 and £2.50 for each meeting they attend.  We have volunteers on hand to talk with and to assist members in the hall and we are able to provide transport for members to the Club, again, thanks to volunteer drivers. All our volunteers have recent DBS checks.Table

These two pictures were taken at our October Party last year. The first shows one of the tables laid for the event, and the second shows some of our volunteers ready to welcome members as they arrive.


Currently the Club is suspended . . .

during the lockdown. We are looking to recommence activities as soon as we are confident that it is safe to do so. Members have been keeping in touch in various ways and we offer a big thank you to Sheila for ringing round all our members regularly to see how they are getting on.  

    The latest news is that there are tentative plans to reopen the Club on   

                                      Thursday July 29th.  

The dates for which we have booked the hall for the rest of the year are 

                                      August 12th and 26th  

September 9th and 23rd                             October 7th and 21st 

November 4th and 11th                             December 2nd and 16th  

We are working on the form each meeting will take, and we hope to provide these details to our members in good time. Currently we anticipate that at the first meeting members will be displaying some of the results of their handiwork and creative skills during lockdown. 

A little history:
The Club was formed in 1952. At it’s peak, in the 1960’s it had over 150 members. Membership declined over the years and in 2011 a new management team was recruited and the Club now has over 40 paid up members.
A significant number of people are involved with both the Club and with Kings Langley Good Neighbours, and in 2015 a ‘partnership agreement’ was made between the two organisations. Each organisation is
independent, but co-operates with and assists the other whenever possible. An example of this is the presence of this page on this website, and we are very grateful to KL Good Neighbours for helping us in this way.

To go to the Kings Langley Good Neighbours website click here