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The Hampton Society

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.

Website: http://thehamptonsociety.org.uk
Location: Hampton
Members: 9
Latest Activity: Feb 14, 2014

We welcome local families to join The Hampton Society

We have nearly four hundred households in our membership and we welcome everyone in Hampton to join.

We are now accepting membership subscriptions for 2011-12. Membership runs from May to May and we ask that payment is made by 1 May 2011 (or a soon as possible after this date). We have introduced the convenient option to pay by Standing Order. This will save you the trouble of renewing by post each year as it will automatically do this for you until you tell it to stop. Once we see that your Standing Order has gone through, we’ll send out your membership card/programme. We hope this will make the process easier for you going forward.

Subscriptions are £4.00 for individuals and £6.00 for couples and families. For payment by cheque or cash, please send us an SAE for your membership card/programme. For payment by Standing Order, p&p of 50p has been added.

If you need further information about membership, please contact Sam Redfern on by email enquiries@thehamptonsociety.org.uk and she will be pleased to advise.

If you would like to join the Society and pay by Standing Order, please send your name and address to the membership secretary separately.

Download the membership application form here.

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Comment by William Redfern on April 7, 2011 at 10:11

Can you help?

Have you got a talent that you think would benefit the Society and its members? Do you have a fascinating story you’d like to tell us about living in Hampton? We not only welcome contributions for the newsletter and website, but also seek speakers and performers for the events we hold for the people of Hampton.

 

Something to say?

You can contact The Hampton Society by email at: enquiries@thehamptonsociety.org.uk. We also have a website: www.thehamptonsociety.org.uk which is regularly updated with current events and issues.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Comment by William Redfern on April 7, 2011 at 10:12

Don’t forget our AGM on tonight (7 April) at St Mary’s Parish Hall in Church Street at 8pm. Our current chairman, Bill Weisblatt, is standing down but remains on the committee.

Why not join the committee? We always welcome ‘new blood’ to reflect our ever-changing membership. Do you like organising events; have accounting skills; have experience of planning issues or researching items of local interest? If you would like to make a contribution to the direction of the Society you are cordially invited to contact me.

Afterwards our speakers will be Sara Walton, acting recycling manager for Richmond borough and David Ingham, its waste management officer. Did you know we are the most efficient London borough at recycling our waste? Come and put your questions to the experts. It promises to be a very interesting topic.

Comment by William Redfern on April 7, 2011 at 10:17

EVENTS PROGRAMME – SPRING 2011

All the events listed below are open to the members of both the Hampton Society (HS) and the Hampton Hill Association (HHA). Please bring your membership cards.


Saturday 28 May 2011 Hampton Fun Day, The Beveree

Looking set to be the biggest family event of the year in Hampton, “Hampton Fun Day” should provide an exciting start to the spring bank holiday weekend.

This all-day family event, taking place on Saturday 28 May, is being organised by Hampton & Richmond Borough Football Club (The Beavers) and taking place at the Beveree Stadium in Station Road, Hampton. The day’s events will include a six-a-side football competition, theatrical shows and live music, as well as a variety of stalls (including several £1-a-go fun and games stalls), pony rides, face painting, bouncy castles and BBQ.

Hampton Fun Day is open to everyone and there will be a suggested £1 donation on entry. Proceeds from the event will go to Anthony Nolan, a pioneering charity closely connected to the club, after a former player sadly passed away from leukaemia and two members of staff were also diagnosed with the disease. In addition to wanting to show their appreciation for all the help Anthony Nolan has given them over the years, the Beavers are keen to host an event to thank the local community for their continued support of the club. Three local charities will also receive a share of the proceeds: Children’s education and opportunity charity African Revival, The Greenwood Centre and Linden Hall.

Contact Sam Redfern on 8286 7071 if you can help with cakes or manning The Hampton Society stand.

Saturday 18 June 2011 Visit to Denbies Wine Estate, Dorking

Did you know we have a huge wine estate virtually on our doorstep? We have scheduled a visit there for Saturday 18 June, hoping to accommodate members who only have weekends free for such treats. It starts at 11am with a classic wine tasting experience lasting about one and a half hours at a cost of £8 per head. Then there will be an opportunity for lunch at the estate’s café or restaurant followed by a vineyard train tour (£4).

Please contact Rosemary Hill on 8973 3604.

 

3 July 2011 Thames Ditton Miniature Railway

Another visit, this time very close to home and not very well known. This is a great opportunity for you to bring small children and grandchildren and yes, the trains will take adults around too! We have planned a Hampton Society afternoon tour there on Sunday, 3 July from 2pm. Bring a picnic or have tea in the café and enjoy the train rides. Further information is available from Rosemary Hill on 8973 3604.

Comment by William Redfern on April 7, 2011 at 10:18

Bake a cake for Hampton Fun Day!

To help raise funds for the Hampton Fun Day charities, we will be holding a Hampton Society Cake Sale on 28 May and need lots of delicious cakes to display. If you enjoy baking and are able to contribute something on the day, please notify Sam Redfern at enquiries@thehamptonsociety.org.uk

asap on 07966 382178 or by email,

samantha.redfern@virgin.net

Your efforts will be greatly appreciated and there will be a prize for the best cakes of the day! 

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