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  • 1916: The Year War Came to Hampton Wick

    1916: The Year War Came to Hampton Wick
    The audience gathers in Bullen Hall
  • Village Planning Consultation Opens

    Public consultation on the draft new planning guidelines for Hampton Wick. Have your say between 28th October and 9th December.

  • Summer Exhibition at the Library

    Summer Exhibition at the Library
    Photo by Caz Buckingham
  • Public support for new bus route to Richmond

    A temporary diversion of the number 65 bus during the summer shows how much a direct route from Hampton Wick to Twickenham and Richmond would be valued.

  • Great turn-out for the Library memorial unveiling

    Great turn-out for the Library memorial unveiling

    More than 60 people came along to celebrate the safeguarding of a piece of Hampton Wick history.

  • Report on the Village Plan Consultation Walkabout

    Report on the Village Plan Consultation Walkabout

    Local residents joined councillors and council officers on the Hampton Wick Village Plan walkabout on 19th June 2016.

    This report includes a link to the Hampton Wick Conservation Area Study published in 1997 by LBRuT which is a very interesting and useful document. It begins:

    “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.”

  • Hampton Wick Station

    You may have noticed flyers being distributed by “The Friends of Hampton Wick Station”.

    The Friends are campaigning for funds for the regeneration of Hampton Wick station…

  • Sell out success for Friends of the Library

    The first event organised by the Friends of Hampton Wick Library proved to be a sell-out success.

  • Video of Leaders Question Time

    For those who were unable to get along to the Leaders Question Time at Teddington Baptist Church last week, here is a link to the video of the event.

  • Crime Priorities Consultation

    This consultation provides an opportunity for you to help set the priorities for the Richmond police for April 2016 to March 2017. The Consultation runs from 14 March 2016 to 3 April 2016.

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