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.
Ham Pond Annual Clean-Up
Neighbourhood Forum AGM
Strathmore Development at Grey Court and Russell Schools
Please email any feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org
Fortune House Garden, Ham Open for Breakthrough Breast Cancer Sunday 1st June 2-5pm
Petersham Open Gardens 1st June
Ham & Petersham Association AGM
Ham Common Woods Volunteer Event, Saturday, 22nd
Ham Close Consultation
Path Laying At The Edge Of Ham Gate Pond
Keeping the Avenues Special: Avenues pruning and clearing day
To welcome in the New Year we are holding a day of pruning and clearing to keep the avenues special. Please come along for as much time as you can spare. Please wear gloves and boots and bring secateurs if you have them.
Coffee and biscuits supplied.
This will be part of 10 days of work in partnership with children from the German School, Grey Court School and volunteers. This work is part of a broader general maintenance programme of the recently restored Avenues and is taking place in January and February. We believe this will keep the Avenues as an area that makes Ham & Petersham truly special.
We do hope you will come and help out and support your Association to keep Ham & Petersham special!
Attention vegetable growers. As part of Richmond Literature Festival on Thursday 21st November, Naomi Schillinger will be talking about her book 'Veg Street: Grow your Own Community.' The book celebrates the fact that anyone can ‘grow your own,’ and that through vegetable growing you can meet your neighbours and grow your own community too.
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.
You can contact our Chairman (Anne Powell) by e-mail: email@example.com