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Upcoming Events

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Thursday 14 March

Talk by Siobhan Clarke on Edward VI

A talk about the ‘boy king’. dward was born on 12 October 1537 at Hampton Court Palace, the only legitimate son of Henry VIII. Henry's desperation for a son had led him to divorce two wives, but Edward's mother, Henry's third wife Jane Seymour, died a few days after his birth. Edward was given a rigorous education and was intellectually precocious, although his health was never strong.

St Mary’s community hall,
7.30pm for 8.00pm start

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Thursday 4 April

The Hampton Society
Annual General Meeting

Followed by a talk by Geoffrey Godbold about the Horse Rangers Association, a charity dedicated to supporting children and young people from all backgrounds and abilities by giving them the opportunity to develop confidence and life skills through learning to ride and care for horses. Founded in 1954 by Raymond Gordon, and originally based at Shepperton Studios, it moved to The Royal Mews, Hampton Court during the 1960s.


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AGM Minutes here »


St Mary’s community hall,
7.30pm for 8.00pm start

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Date TBC May

Expert-led walk
in Bushy Park

Details to be confirmed

Bushy Park,
TBC

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Friday 21 June

The Hampton Society
Summer Party

Don’t forget to put the Summer Party in your diary. If you’ve not been to this magical location before, you just take the chain ferry from Benn’s Alley and you’re in the middle of the river at the Hampton Sailing Club. More details in our Summer newsletter and tickets will be available in May (paid for in advance). See you there!

Hampton Sailing Club,
7.30pm

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A few words about us

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.

We think Hampton is pretty special. We welcome improvements to our surroundings as long as they don't adversely affect the well being of the village and its residents.

If you feel the same way and would like to find out more about the village you live in then we welcome you to join the Society today.

Join the Society today

We welcome new people of all ages and encourage our existing members to introduce the Society to their neighbours and friends. If you know someone who is interested in joining us and would like more information, please pass their details on to our membership secretary. Our application form offers regular payment by cash or cheque, or by standing order.

We can achieve so much more with
a strong membership!


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