...The Hampton Society today for news and events

A few words about us

The Hampton Society is primarily concerned with the protection and development of the local environment, both built and natural, and to ensure that the provision of amenities enhances the quality of life for the residents of Hampton.

We think Hampton is pretty special. We welcome improvements to our surroundings as long as they don't adversely affect the well being of the village and its residents.

If you feel the same way and would like to find out more about the village you live in then we welcome you to join the Society today.

Join the Society today

We welcome new people of all ages and encourage our existing members to introduce the Society to their neighbours and friends. If you know someone who is interested in joining us and would like more information, please pass their details on to Trisha Shirt, our membership secretary. Our application form offers regular payment by cash or cheque, or by standing order.

We can achieve so much more with
a strong membership!

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Upcoming Society events

Thames Panorama

Talk by John Inglis on the Thames Panorama project.

Thursday 12 May at St Mary’s community hall  

Summer Party

The Hampton Society 60th Anniversary Summer Party. Details to follow.

Friday 10 June at 7.30pm at Hampton Sailing Club.   Read more...

Tree identification walk

With Ray Brodie of The Royal Parks in Bushy Park.

Saturday 9 July at 10.30am starting off from Upper Lodge Mews (through Hampton Hill gate by United Reform church)   Read more...

Notes from the Chair

“Plans are underway for the Society’s 60th Anniversary celebrations next summer. Subject to venue, a date has been decided but not confirmed. So for now, please provisionally pencil in Friday 10 June and we’ll confirm it in the new year.”read moreā€¦

Sam Redfern,
Chair of the Society

Local issues and news


Kempton Park development – an invitation to find out more

The Hampton Society have just been contacted by the The Jockey Club’s preferred developer (Redrow) and their consultation team (Curtin & Co) to invite and encourage our members, and residents of Hampton to an ‘Information Day’ they are hosting next weekend. The details are:

Saturday 23 April 2016 between 10.00am and 2.00pm at Kempton Park Racecourse. The venue is Desert Orchid Suite, First Floor, Kempton Park Racecourse, Staines Road East, Sunbury on Thames TW16 5AQ.

The stated purpose of this event is to allow those who are interested to meet members of the project team, have a better understanding of Redrow’s approach, and, most importantly, for them to listen to residents and gain fuller knowledge of local concerns.



Saturday 23 April 2016 between 10am and 2pm

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Village Survey Feedback  

Village Survey Feedback

Thank you to everyone who took part in the survey in November

We will be providing the council leaders and local councillors a copy of the full feedback document that we expect to inform the Village Plan process.

As a snapshot of life in Hampton towards the end of 2015, the most overriding conclusions are that the sampled residents feel strongly about the following issues:



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Hampton 100 Years Ago by John Sheaf available now

This newly published book, written by Hampton local historian John Sheaf, provides a fascinating description of Hampton 100 years ago.

It covers the layout of the village, the roads, the shops and pubs and some of the significant buildings at that time as well as the occupations of some of the householders. There is a separate section for every road that then existed; each with an individual map and related images.

This very well-illustrated book, with many pictures in sepia and colour, includes over ninety historic photos and illustrations and forty five maps and is published by the Borough of Twickenham Local History Society.



To order a copy online go to www.botlhs.co.uk and under Publications > In Print click on the image of the cover. Alternatively please send a cheque for £7.00 (which includes postage and packing), payable to “BOTLHS” to BOTLHS c/o 4 Thames Street, Hampton, Middlesex, TW12 2EA.

It is also available from the following shops in Hampton:
– The Jolly Coopers, 16 High Street
– The Cheese and Wine Company, 72-74 Station Road
– Ruby’s, 35 Priory Road
– Syzygy (Hair salon), 33 Ashley Road

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Local events

Hampton Sailing Club  

Hampton Sailing Club

We have a family focused club, uniquely located on a freehold island which opens every Sunday from March to December.

Races, Open meetings for GP 14’s, Merlin Rockets and other classes, Sunbury Rally, long distance race, Junior regatta, to name but a few events, take place all year round in this very sociable club.

Every Sunday from March to December. Benns Alley, Hampton Middlesex



You can call in on any Sunday 
during the sailing season, or 
leave your contact details at 
our email address:


or go to our website.

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