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About Us (1 page)

Kew and Ham Sports Association Ltd is a non profit-making company formed in 1996 to protect the interest of Ham Playing Fields and to promote sport within the borough of Richmond, and in particular the ward of Ham. The company is run by a group of volu

Childrens Parties (2 pages)

Each football party session lasts for up to 60 minutes during which the children will be coached by professional coaches, play fun games, practice skills, penalty shoot outs, and have a mini match. . 1 additional hour is then allocated indoors where a

Health and Safety and Ground Rules (3 pages)

Your health and safety is important to us. We take steps to minimise risk, but there is responsibilities on our users to minimise risk further, especially given the contact nature of the sports we play here.

Book a 3G Pitch (1 page)

We have three 5 aside all weather pitches. Two of these are standard size, the third is a square, ideal for training. Please contact Miss Lisa Sparkes for availability and prices at lisa30lj@aol.com

Complaints (1 page)

If you have a noise complaint relating to an event please call us immediately so we can remedy it: 020 8616 2915 For any other complaints please e-mail info@khsa.co.uk or call the above number

Support Us (1 page)

There are many ways you can help. You can; Sponsor Volunteer Or simply come down, watch a game, and have a drink. Sponsorship We have developed a sponsorship package, starting at £600. Please click here to download the document. You could b

Bar and Cafe (2 pages)

We have a fully stocked bar and a cafe offering hot food. We show selected Sky Sports fixtures (see homepage) Both are available to spectators, parents and players alike. Cafe Opening Times Sat 10am-5pm (6pm during British Summer Time) Sun 10a

Ground Info (2 pages)

Clubhouse Officially handed over to Kew and Ham Sports Association in December 2007 the pavilion at Ham playing fields represented a giant leap for the company and its member clubs. With 6 large changing rooms each approx 8 metres by 4 metres and with

Member Clubs (4 pages)

Kew has 2 Adult Saturday Teams,1 Veterans Side, 1 Adult Sunday side, runs a youth training session on Saturday mornings for 4-5 year olds, and has 23 youth teams playing on a Sunday. The club was formed in 1906 by bible class teacher Ken Leatherd

Film and TV Location and Unit base

In recent years Ham has become a major venue for Film and TV with Ham House becoming a principle backdrop for many historic dramas. Ham House aside the area offers location managers a vast open space and an expanse of other properties representing sev

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