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Loki Music  

Loki Music’s series of early music concerts

Garrick's Temple, Garrick's Lawn, Hampton Court Road

The early music season at Garrick’s Temple in Hampton will start with a celebration of Shakespeare’s birthday on Friday 21 April.

The concerts will continue with quartets of various kinds, including Telemann’s ‘Paris’ quartets [for flute, violin, harpsichord and bass viol] on Friday 19 May, performed by Follia.

Quartets will also play a part in at least two of the three Shakespeare Symposia at Garrick’s Temple, linking music to philosophers: the French Revolution and Hegel on Saturday 1 April; from around 1848 [Marx] on 24 June, and the late 19th century [Nietzsche] on 2 September. Booking and details of these symposia - and other events at Garrick’s Temple - can be seen via the www.garrickstemple.org.uk website.

William Summers has included some of his other work in the website concert calendar including orchestral concerts in Colchester and Hadleigh, Bacchanalian revelry with minstrels Princes in the Tower in St Albans, and one lonely performance of music from Jane Austen’s notebooks in Enfield on 21 May - with a hope to repeat this in Garrick’s Temple.

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Hampton Sailing Club  

Hampton Sailing Club

Every Sunday from March to December. Benns Alley, Hampton Middlesex

We have a family focused club, uniquely located on a freehold island which opens every Sunday from March to December.

Races, Open meetings for GP 14’s, Merlin Rockets and other classes, Sunbury Rally, long distance race, Junior regatta, to name but a few events, take place all year round in this very sociable club.

You can call in on any Sunday during the sailing season, or leave your contact details at our email address:

or go to our website.

Our programme of events can be downloaded from the link below:


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Hampton 100 Years Ago by John Sheaf available now  

Hampton 100 Years Ago by John Sheaf available now

This newly published book, written by Hampton local historian John Sheaf, provides a fascinating description of Hampton 100 years ago.

It covers the layout of the village, the roads, the shops and pubs and some of the significant buildings at that time as well as the occupations of some of the householders. There is a separate section for every road that then existed; each with an individual map and related images.

This very well-illustrated book, with many pictures in sepia and colour, includes over ninety historic photos and illustrations and forty five maps and is published by the Borough of Twickenham Local History Society.

To order a copy online go to www.botlhs.co.uk and under Publications > In Print click on the image of the cover. Alternatively please send a cheque for £7.00 (which includes postage and packing), payable to “BOTLHS” to BOTLHS c/o 4 Thames Street, Hampton, Middlesex, TW12 2EA.

It is also available from the following shops in Hampton:
The Jolly Coopers, 16 High Street
The Cheese and Wine Company, 72-74 Station Road
Ruby’s, 35 Priory Road
Syzygy (Hair salon), 33 Ashley Road

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