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16 October

Old Hampton Village Walk

St Mary's Church, Hampton

The vast majority of visitors coming to Hampton

throughout the year are intent on visiting the

Palace and its grounds. Spare a thought though for

the village which grew, from a small beginnings,

as workers from the Palace made their homes in

Hampton

www.richmondwalks.co.uk

16 October

Tea Dance

Musical Museum

Strictly fun! A social afternoon of Ballroom Latin &

Sequence, dancing to the DJ's selection of popular

dance tunes. All levels of ability are welcome

www.musicalmuseum.com

16-17 October

Autumn Art Fair

Landmark Arts Centre

Over 65 exhibitors will be here with wonderful

art for you; from paintings to prints, sculpture to

jewellery and lots in between!

www.landmarkartscentre.org

16-31 October

The Gruffalo's Child

Kew Gardens

Join the Gruffalo's Child this half-term and follow

the enchanting trail around the Gardens

www.kew.org

17 October

The Middlesex Yeomanry Concert Band

St James Church, Hampton Hill

Enjoy an afternoon of light music

www.mycb.org.uk

20 October - 7 November

Fragments

One Paved Court

Fragments is an exhibition of drawings by Tom

Cartmill, looking at the possibilities of paper and a

monochrome colour palette of hand-made paints

www.onepavedcourt.co.uk

20 October

George III: The Mind behind the Myth

Online talk

Last year marked 200 years since the death

of King George III, the monarch most strongly

associated with Kew Palace

www.londonlumanaries.com

21 October

David Garrick An Actor and his Time

Online talk

David Garrick was regarded as the most iconic

actor of the 18th century, and possibly the finest

influence upon the English Theatre

www.londonluminaries.com

Autumn Fair

Tea Dance George III

David Garrick

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