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Hampton Wick Village Plan - Last Call

Questionnaire input closes on Monday 27th June.

Last updated: Wednesday 22nd June 2016

Make sure your views are heard.

Please complete the village plan questionnaire:

Click here for the online survey.

Paper copies can be obtained (together with reply paid envelopes) at: The Post Office, Hampton Wick Library, Pistachios in the Park or at St John’s Church.

Questionnaire input closes on Monday 27th June.

Additionally, Bill Reed, the Council’s Community Links Officer, is happy to meet individuals or groups at any time to help them make their views known as part of the consultation. Bill can be reached on 020 8831 6273 or
This is an opportunity to help protect and enhance Hampton Wick. Please take the time to ensure your views are heard by the council.

Village Plan Walkabout

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Last updated: Wednesday 22nd June 2016

Hampton Wick residents on Village Plan walkabout

Local residents joined councillors and council officers on the Hampton Wick Village Plan walkabout on Sunday (19th June). Around 20 people took part in this walkabout which took place in the village centre starting at 11am with a further one taking place at 2pm on the Hampton Wick/Teddington borders.

Many of the issues raised and problems identified can also be found in the Hampton Wick Conservation Area Study published in 1997 by LBRuT (John Barkley, Director, Planning, Transport and Client Services and Yvonne Trimmer, Head of Planning and Building Control).

It is well worth reading. Here is a short extract from the introduction:

Hampton Wick today – Character Appraisal

Hampton Wick has stubbornly retained its own identity and sense of place

Hampton Wick is a fine example of one of the many ‘urban’ villages which exist in Greater London. Despite the encroachment of London it has stubbornly retained its own identity and sense of place. The village survives today as a triangular wedge constrained by the River Thames to the east and Bushy and Home Parks to the west and is bounded ot the north by the periphery of Teddington. Whilst the overall boundaries of the village have changed very little, plots within the village have been redeveloped and often sub-divided as opportunities arose.

Download/read the full document.

Back in Time - Take Part

Would you and your family like to go back in time for a new BBC series?

Last updated: Wednesday 22nd June 2016

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The BBC is looking for a family to be at the heart of a factual television series filming this summer for BBC2. Titled Further Back in Time for Dinner, participants will get to experience first-hand how Londoners past lived and dined from day to day.

Wall to Wall produce a variety of drama and factual television, most notably Who Do You Think You Are? (BBC) and Long Lost Family (ITV).

For more information, please contact:



Local Train disruption

Buses will replace trains between Teddington/ Strawberry hill and Shepperton from 16-30 July

Last updated: Monday 20th June 2016

Fulwell Tunnel has flooded frequently in recent years and South West Trains know how disruptive this has been to the journeys of thousands of passengers. SWT aim to reduce this disruption by carrying out vital repair work on the line between Fulwell and Shepperton, particularly the tunnel at Fulwell. This includes replacing and upgrading the drainage system and constructing a new pumping station.

There will be no trains running between Teddington, Strawberry Hill and Shepperton, in either direction, from the 16th to the 30th of July. Replacement buses will run throughout this time. Journeys will take longer and replacement buses will be provided.

Full details on the SWT website

Exhibition at the Library

Local history on display

Last updated: Sunday 8th May 2016

Presented by the Friends of Hampton Wick Library

The exhibition is based on the history of the Hampton Wick Royal Cricket Club and includes references, photos and features of interest about St John’s Church, Kings Field, the Royal Paddocks Allotments and of course Hampton Wick itself.

This fascinating exhibition has been organised by the Friends of Hampton Wick Library. The Library is open on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

Exhibition in the Library until 30th June

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