The history of an informal working party dedicated to the enhancement of Kingston town.
The Friends organise an annual lecture programme, help with volunteers, fund raising and developing special projects. This year they launched a new community photographic competition.
The Society has a programme of lectures and outings, monitors planning applications, and engages in archaeological processing and publication.
The Guides conduct walks of the Kingston Town Centre and of Surbiton. They can also schedule talks.
The Friends organise walks and events to enable people to learn about and enjoy the unique environment of Richmond Park’s ancient oaks, acid grassland, and bird, beetle, moth and fungi populations.
The Hearsum Collection collects and preserves the unique heritage of Richmond Park, the largest of London’s Royal Parks, for all to enjoy. It has a diverse range of heritage material covering the last four centuries, with some 5000 items including antique prints, paintings, maps, postcards, photographs, documents, books and press cuttings.
The Society works to preserve and enhance the natural and built environments of the borough through meetings, campaigning, guided walks and an awards programme.
London Forum is a London voice for the many Societies and similar groups across London
Civic Voice is a national voice for local groups across the country.
The Society has a programme of lectures, meetings and visits to sites of historical interest. It has access to a local history library.
The TLS aims to bring people together to inform strategic policy and to implement a broad range of projects and management proposals to conserve, enhance and promote for the future the River Thames between Hampton and Kew.
This is the Government’s statutory adviser on the historical environment.