Facts and figures
Useful background information on Hampton, including census information.
Profile of the area
More information about the profile of your village area can be found in the Census information (pdf, 1.3 MB).
The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment
The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) pulls together information about local health as well as care and support available locally. It includes a number of documents on topics such as cancer, diet and nutrition.
It aims to put these in context, exploring how Richmond upon Thames compares with other areas locally, regionally and nationally. It also examines what services we are currently providing, what works well and what could be improved.
History of Hampton
The Hampton Riverside Trust and the Hampton Society have written a history of the village.
Key contacts in the community
Key people, community groups and services to contact in Hampton.
Councillors for Hampton
Councillors for Hampton North
To help support and build greater community involvement the Council delivers a Community Links project. Community Links act as a source of information for each village area, working with communities, groups, the Council and other partners to:
- Inform residents about what the council and the community are doing to deliver the village plan.
- Provide residents and local groups with information about opportunities for how they can get involved in their local communities, as well as helping residents/groups find the support, advice and resources needed to help make it happen.
Community Links keep residents in touch with what is happening by:
- Social media – your community links officer updates Hampton’s Facebook page and the Community Links Twitter page on a daily basis, posting news and events from your area. Follow the pages to keep in touch with what is happening, and contact us if you would like to use the pages to advertise your own events.
- Running the Village Groups Forum – a forum for local community/amenity groups to come together and promote greater involvement, engagement and understanding with regard to protection and enhancement of the borough’s environment and character.
- Sending out emails to residents to inform them of when Village Plan consultation events are taking place.
- Regularly visiting services and groups in the community to offer advice and support. Please contact us if you represent a community group and would like us to visit your organisation.
Bill Reed is the dedicated Community Links Officer for Hampton and can be contacted on: