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jen replied to Deb's discussion Duke's Head Passage - enforcement of bylaws
"Unfortunately, whilst a good outcome for the cyclists, for the dog walking community not so much.  For all of us who still would like some common sense and community back in the passage (and who've not already seen it on the…"
yesterday
Sam Burgess posted a discussion

Cleaner recommendation

Hi everyone,Our cleaner finished with us today to change vocations. Looking for a recommendation of a cleaner for a couple of hours a week. We're based in Tudor Avenue.Must not have allergies/fear of dogs - he's a miniature dachshund but appreciate the fear often applies to all sizes!Thanks!SamSee More
Monday
Steve Morley posted an event

Hampton Social Club Charity Quiz at Hampton Social Club

August 25, 2017 from 8:15pm to 10:30pm
A monthly, entertaining and thought-provoking charity quiz, this month in aid of 3rd Hampton Scouts. Up to five in a team. £5.00 per team. Raffle. Free buffet. Prizes. All proceeds to the nominated charity (over £13,300 raised so far for local and national charities.) Non-members welcome. Players are invited to bring along raffle prizes. Local charities/organisations are sought to benefit from future events.See More
Sunday
hamptonquin posted a discussion

terrible roadworks on Oak Avenue

Can something be done about the (now) two bits of roadworks on Oak Avenue? The first is right by the junction with Courtlands Road and is quite dangerous and has been there several weeks now without any sign of work to complete what is a tiny hole in the road causing maximum disruption. The second is similarly close to the mini-roundabout junction with Fearnley Crescent - it has just appeared and just adds to the problems. I don't know if they are linked - there is nothing to say who has done…See More
Jul 20
Deb replied to Deb's discussion Duke's Head Passage - enforcement of bylaws
"This is great news!  Common sense prevails - I look forward to using Duke's Head Passage once again.  Many thanks to everyone who worked with The Royal Parks to get the ban overturned.  "
Jul 18
Mutley replied to Deb's discussion Duke's Head Passage - enforcement of bylaws
"Excellent news Matt ! Thank you to everyone who stood up to the Royal Parks  and worked to get the cycling bad rescinded."
Jul 18
Mutley is now a member of Hampton People's Network
Jul 18
Gareth Roberts posted a discussion

Carlisle Park Green Flag Status

Congratulations to the Friends of Carlisle Park, and to the outgoing chair Elizabeth Hossain, on the park being awarded Green Flag Status.Those of us who use the park regularly know that it's a special place and it's entirely deserved that it has been recognised officially.And this accolade is very much down to those Hampton Residents who campaigned against the council's plans to leave the park open 24 hours a day. Had the council been successful I very much doubt that Green Flag Status would…See More
Jul 18

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