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Welcome to Hampton People's Network

Welcome to the Hampton People's Network, a Community Website for the residents of Hampton and Hampton Hill in Middlesex, England. This space is open to anyone who wants to get to know others in the area and share things with them. To join, simply click Sign up on the top right-hand side of the screen. It's a really simple process that takes less than a minute and does not commit you to anything!

This is a community-run site, sponsored by the Bell. It has also had generous financial support from Hampton Social Club.

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Sarah Burley posted photos
16 hours ago
Justine Hales posted a discussion

6 weeks for £39 is back for November!

Ladies of Hampton, Would you like to lose a few inches before the Holiday season begins?  If so, come down to Curves between 1-30 November and join for 6 weeks for only £39!!  We're running a little challenge within the club called the 'Purple Dress Challenge' for 4 weeks from 10 November to 7 December, so to make the most of your 6 week membership, book your initial consultation between 1-9 November.  Your 6 weeks will start from there, and if you come 3-4 times a week, you'll be sure to…See More
18 hours ago
African Revival updated an event

Winter Warmer Walk for African Revival at Hampton Hill Cricket Club

November 22, 2014 from 10am to 1pm
There’s a chill in the air, time for a Winter Warmer Walk!As the weather has taken a more Autumnal turn, Hampton Hill based charity African Revival has opened registrations for their sponsored Winter Warmer Walk on Saturday 22nd November. The 10km family walk will start at Hampton Hill Cricket Pavilion at 10am and the route will take in Bushy Park, the Thames Path and will end at Ham House – with the chance to see local landmarks in wintry splendor.The walk is part of the charity’s jumpstart!…See More
22 hours ago
Ginny Hattersley replied to Jennifer Kent's discussion Double yellow lines
"Glad to hear - many thanks. "
Bryan Alderson B.E.M. replied to Bryan Alderson B.E.M.'s discussion 'Halloween' 31st October 1914.
"Hello Ginny and Steph, If you would like share another poignant moment log on to 'You Tube' and then 'Belgian Boy Salutes Canadian Troops' It is very moving. Bryan"
Steph B posted a photo


Poppies at the Tower of London
Steph B replied to Bryan Alderson B.E.M.'s discussion 'Halloween' 31st October 1914.
"Poppies at the Tower Blood Swept Lands an Seas of Red  Amazing"
Gareth Roberts replied to Jennifer Kent's discussion Double yellow lines
"Apologies for the delay - was checking the status of the lines. Temporary! "

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