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Hampton Hill (known long ago as 'New Hampton') is a town in the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames, bounded by Fulwell, London Golf Course to the northwest; the road bridge over the railway line;At Wellington Road, see [http://www.google.co.uk/maps Google Maps:] TW12 north of the Longford River a line southward just east of Wellington Road; Bushy Park to the southeast; and the artificial Longford River to the south and west. It is served by Fulwell railway station on the Shepperton to Waterloo station Shepperton Branch Line.

History

For history prior to the late 19th century ''see Hampton, London''.

Hampton Hill's urban development was railway-fuelled building in an area that was since the Middle Ages the north of Hampton, London parish (Church of England) further away from the River Thames. Distinguished from Hampton on all street signs, it is that part across the Charles I of England-commissioned Longford River, an artificial watercourse built to supply Hampton Court, which forms the boundary between Hampton Hill and Hampton.

Its lack of development is reflected by the fact only seven of this complete list of listed buildings are buildings:
*167 High Street167, High Street
*127 Uxbridge Road127, Uxbridge Road
*Templeton LodgeTempleton Lodge
*Brick Boundary Walls to Bushy ParkBrick Boundary Walls
*Stables & Garden Wall to Upper LodgeStables And Garden Wall To Upper Lodge
*Church of St JamesChurch Of St James
*Monument At south-eastern end of William Roy's Survey Base Monument At South-Eastern End Of General Roy's Survey Base
*Upper Lodge Upper Lodge
*Old Brew House, Bushy ParkOld Brew House also a Scheduled Monument
*Bushy Park – a Grade I listed parkBushy Park

The oldest of the listed buildings lie within the part of Bushy Park in the area; the Old Brew House may be late 17th century.

Hampton Hill was bombed a number of times during the Blitz, the first major incident was in November 1940 when 63 Park Road was gutted when an abandoned Wellington bomber crashed on it. On the next night much of Alpha Road was destroyed and five people died after a Luftwaffe bomber dropped a landmine on it. Subsequently Hampton Hill had a number of lucky escapes with bombs and incendiaries either failing to explode or landing in Bushy Park, Fulwell Golf Course, and other open land, with the next major incident being in June 1944 when a doodlebug (flying bomb) exploded near Longford Close and killed one person.Barnfield, P., 2001. ''When the Bombs Fell: Twickenham, Teddington and The Hamptons Under Aerial Bombardment During the Second World War''. [Twickenham]: Twickenham Local History Society, pp. 15 & 29. ISBN 0-903341-73-5. Hampton Hill (known long ago as 'New Hampton') is a town in the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames, bounded by Fulwell, London Golf Course to the northwest; the road bridge over the railway line;At Wellington Road, see [http://www.google.co.uk/maps Google Maps:] TW12 north of the Longford River a line southward just east of Wellington Road; Bushy Park to the southeast; and the artificial Longford River to the south and west. It is served by Fulwell railway station on the Shepperton to Waterloo station Shepperton Branch Line.

Geography

The small town is in the southwestern suburbs of London, in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. The geology of south-west London north of the river is a flat alluvial plain rich in clay and humus and thus useful for market gardening; with little floodplain on either side of the river and though downhill, Hampton's riverside is only beneath the maximum elevation in Hampton Hill.[http://www.gridreferencefinder.com Elevation Tools - maximum above sea level 18m] A comparison can be made with Strawberry Hill, London which is smaller and has a small noticeable Slope to the east.

Aside from the residential areas of the town, the High Street is filled with shops, restaurants, several cafes, a few public houses, and a traditional 75-year old bakery.[http://www.thecavanbakery.co.uk The Cavan Bakery] The High Street also stages a yearly parade before Christmas when the street is closed and a procession takes place.

The Hampton Hill Association (HHA) launched their [http://www.hamptonhillassociation.co.uk Hampton Hill Community website] on November 30, 2007, with local links & telephone numbers, a What's On Guide, Gallery, History and Young Residents pages as well as information about the mission of the HHA and its committee members.

The High Street in Hampton Hill has an active Traders' Association. They have been organising the annual Christmas Lighting Up parade for over 40 years. In 2010 the inaugural Hampton Hill Summer Festival was organised. The Hampton Hill Traders' Association together with Richmond Council co-fund the town centre manager, Jayne Jackson. The wide range of commerce, theatre and restaurants in the High Street is documented by an annually updated Hampton Hill Guide.[http://www.hamptonhillguide.co.uk Hampton Hill Guide]

Hampton Hill is also home to the Hampton Hill Playhouse,[http://teddingtontheatreclub.org.uk/ Hampton Hill Playhouse] a small community theatre and the Hampton Hill Cricket Club.[http://www.hamptonhillcc.co.uk/ Hampton Hill Cricket Club]

{{Geographic location
|title = '''Nearest Settlements'''
|Centre = Hampton Hill
|North = Whitton, LondonFulwell, London
|Northeast = Fulwell, LondonStrawberry Hill, London
|East = Teddington
|Southeast = ''across Bushy Park''Hampton Court Palace
|South = Hampton, London
|Southwest = Hampton, London
|West = Hanworth
|Northwest = Hanworth
}} Hampton Hill (known long ago as 'New Hampton') is a town in the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames, bounded by Fulwell, London Golf Course to the northwest; the road bridge over the railway line;At Wellington Road, see [http://www.google.co.uk/maps Google Maps:] TW12 north of the Longford River a line southward just east of Wellington Road; Bushy Park to the southeast; and the artificial Longford River to the south and west. It is served by Fulwell railway station on the Shepperton to Waterloo station Shepperton Branch Line.

Transport

Bus services
* 267 (Hammersmith to Hampton Court via Twickenham and Brentford) '''Summer Sundays'''
* 285 (Kingston to Heathrow Central via Teddington and Feltham) '''24 Hour'''
* R68 (Kew Retail Park to Hampton Court via Richmond and Teddington)
* R70 (Hampton Nurserylands to Richmond 'Circular Service' via Twickenham)

Trains
* Fulwell railway station: ''Trains run every 30 minutes Mon-Sat''
* Hampton railway station: ''Trains run every 30 minutes Mon-Sat''
* Teddington railway station: ''Trains run approximately every 15 minutes Mon-Sat''
''Additional train services run during the weekday morning and evening peak'' Hampton Hill (known long ago as 'New Hampton') is a town in the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames, bounded by Fulwell, London Golf Course to the northwest; the road bridge over the railway line;At Wellington Road, see [http://www.google.co.uk/maps Google Maps:] TW12 north of the Longford River a line southward just east of Wellington Road; Bushy Park to the southeast; and the artificial Longford River to the south and west. It is served by Fulwell railway station on the Shepperton to Waterloo station Shepperton Branch Line.

Education

Hampton Hill Junior School[http://www.hamptonhill.richmond.sch.uk Hampton Hill Junior School] is on St James Avenue; the headteacher is Bill Jerman.

Lady Eleanor Holles School Juniors Department is located in Hampton Hill, off Uxbridge Road (the Seniors are in Hampton, off Hanworth Road). Hampton Hill (known long ago as 'New Hampton') is a town in the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames, bounded by Fulwell, London Golf Course to the northwest; the road bridge over the railway line;At Wellington Road, see [http://www.google.co.uk/maps Google Maps:] TW12 north of the Longford River a line southward just east of Wellington Road; Bushy Park to the southeast; and the artificial Longford River to the south and west. It is served by Fulwell railway station on the Shepperton to Waterloo station Shepperton Branch Line.

In the news

Hampton Hill Cricket Club had an unfortunate fire on 9 October 2010; no-one was hurt, but treasured possessions were lost. Hampton Hill (known long ago as 'New Hampton') is a town in the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames, bounded by Fulwell, London Golf Course to the northwest; the road bridge over the railway line;At Wellington Road, see [http://www.google.co.uk/maps Google Maps:] TW12 north of the Longford River a line southward just east of Wellington Road; Bushy Park to the southeast; and the artificial Longford River to the south and west. It is served by Fulwell railway station on the Shepperton to Waterloo station Shepperton Branch Line.

Religious sites

*[http://www.stjames-hamptonhill.org.uk/ St James' Church] – Church of England, built in 1863
*Hampton Hill United Reformed Church
*[http://www.hamptonhillspiritualists.webeden.co.uk/ Hampton Hill Spiritualist Church]
*St Francis de Sales, Hampton Hill and Upper Teddington – Roman Catholic Hampton Hill (known long ago as 'New Hampton') is a town in the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames, bounded by Fulwell, London Golf Course to the northwest; the road bridge over the railway line;At Wellington Road, see [http://www.google.co.uk/maps Google Maps:] TW12 north of the Longford River a line southward just east of Wellington Road; Bushy Park to the southeast; and the artificial Longford River to the south and west. It is served by Fulwell railway station on the Shepperton to Waterloo station Shepperton Branch Line.

Sports

*[http://www.hamptonhillcc.co.uk/ Hampton Hill Cricket Club]
*[http://www.fulwellgolfclub.co.uk/ Fulwell Golf Course]
*[http://www.shgc.net/ Strawberry Hill Golf Course]
*Twickenham Golf Course Hampton Hill (known long ago as 'New Hampton') is a town in the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames, bounded by Fulwell, London Golf Course to the northwest; the road bridge over the railway line;At Wellington Road, see [http://www.google.co.uk/maps Google Maps:] TW12 north of the Longford River a line southward just east of Wellington Road; Bushy Park to the southeast; and the artificial Longford River to the south and west. It is served by Fulwell railway station on the Shepperton to Waterloo station Shepperton Branch Line.

References

Hampton Hill (known long ago as 'New Hampton') is a town in the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames, bounded by Fulwell, London Golf Course to the northwest; the road bridge over the railway line;At Wellington Road, see [http://www.google.co.uk/maps Google Maps:] TW12 north of the Longford River a line southward just east of Wellington Road; Bushy Park to the southeast; and the artificial Longford River to the south and west. It is served by Fulwell railway station on the Shepperton to Waterloo station Shepperton Branch Line.

External links

*[http://www.hamptonhillguide.co.uk The Hampton Hill Guide with the Hampton Hill Traders' Association]
*[http://www.twickenham-museum.org.uk/tour_detail.asp?TourID=45 Notes on Hampton Hill (Twickenham museum)]
*[http://www.hhassociation.org Hampton Hill Association Community Website]
*[http://www.stjames-hamptonhill.org.uk/History/graves/index.php Burials in St James's churchyard]
*[http://www.seascouts-1sthamptonhill.org.uk 1st Hampton Hill Sea Scout Group]
*[http://www.3hhscouts.org.uk/index.php 3rd Hampton Hill Scout Group]



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Category:Districts of Richmond upon Thames