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Membership of the Ham and Petersham Association is open to anyone living in the Ham and Petersham area of the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.  The Association was started in 1933 and is a non-political and non-sectarian organisation which is run by a Committee of local residents who work on a voluntary basis.

What are our aims? What do we do?

  • We strive to preserve and maintain the environmental and architectural integrity of this historical and special area.
  • We work to improve local facilities, as well as trying to reduce anti-social behaviour, graffiti and crime generally.
  • We work with, and make representations to, our local Borough Council and representative Ward Councillors, as well as the Police and other authorities, to support local improvements, and encourage high standards of planning and development.
  • We arrange volunteer activities of special concern to Members that foster community spirit, such as the maintenance of Ham Pond, and "clean up" days in the area.
  • We host an annual Garden Party for our Members in the summer.
  • We run occasional events and raise money to benefit the Association's aims.  This enables us to support a variety of local environmental and other groups.


Ham & Petersham Association AGM

7.30pm, Wednesday, 26th April at Thomas Aquinas Hall


Ham Open Gardens
21 May 2017 from 1pm to 5pm

Buy tickets for Ham Open Gardens 2017

Local Volunteer events

Archaeological Dig 10am to noon and 1pm to 4pm, Saturday 22nd April, meet at corner of Church Road and Bainbridge Close/Latchmere Close (park at St Andrew’s Church Car Park)

Ham Pond Clear Up 10 am, Saturday 1st April 

Ham Pond Annual Clean-Up
The Ham Pond Group will be holding its annual clean up at 10am on 4th November. Please come along and help ready the area for the winter.

Click here to read a statement from Richmond Council and Richmond Housing Partnership regarding the potential Ham Close rejuvenation
Click this link:
The Association's position on the Russell and Strathmore Schools planning proposals - as at February 2013.

Click to read: A note about the future of the cows grazing on Petersham Meadow.

Why not join us on a "Clean Up Day" or even better, become a member of the Association?

WE NEED NEW AND INTERESTED MEMBERS WHO WANT TO HELP US WITH OUR WORK.
Click here: How to JOIN or RENEW membership of the Ham and Petersham Association

You can contact our Chairman, Geoff Bond, by e-mail: chair@hamandpetersham.com