What’s On

Find walks/talks, ad-hoc volunteering or conservation work parties, gardening days and more environmental activities happening locally.

Learn more about the different types of volunteering here 

NOTICE

Due to the current situation surrounded COVID -19 and the Government’s advice to self-isolate voluntarily, we regret that all volunteer and social events such as walks, talks, conservation & litter picking sessions, etc. are now cancelled or postponed until further notice.

Please contact the event organiser directly for more information

Apr
6
Mon
Accessible Wellbeing Walk
Apr 6 @ 10:15 am – 12:00 pm

Friendly Parks for all brings a series of accessible walks open to all but suitable for people in wheelchairs and people using walking aids.

The walk starts at the Twickenham Exchange (see meeting point) to Kneller Gardens and return

These are free guided walks with support from volunteers to help you spend time enjoying nature with others.

Upcoming walks

May
4
Mon
Accessible Wellbeing Walk
May 4 @ 10:15 am – 12:00 pm

Friendly Parks for all brings a series of accessible walks open to all but suitable for people in wheelchairs and people using walking aids.

The walk starts at the Twickenham Exchange (see meeting point) to Kneller Gardens and return

These are free guided walks with support from volunteers to help you spend time enjoying nature with others.

Upcoming walks

Jun
14
Sun
Community Picnic at Hampton Wick
Jun 14 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Community Picnic at Hampton Wick @ King's Field, Church Grove | Hampton Wick | England | United Kingdom

The big summer event in Hampton Wick

Bring your picnic or enjoy BBQ and ice creams from Mario’s cafe while you enjoy music from various local bands and singers.

Bouncy castle and slide, traditional games and sports, pony rides and lots of activities for adults and children.

Come and meet local charities and associations, and most importantly your neighbours in Hampton Wick!

This event is free and everyone is very welcome.

Organised by the Hampton Wick Association, the Friends of King’s Field and St John’s Church.