Ham Common


Ham is centred 9.25 miles (14.89 km) south-west of the Centre of London. Together with Petersham, Ham lies east of the bend in the river almost surrounding it on three sides, 1 mile (1.6 km) south of Richmond and 2 miles (3.2 km) north of Kingston upon Thames. Its elevation mostly ranges between 6m and 12m OD but reaches 20m in the foothill side-streets leading to Richmond Park. It has the Thames Path National Trail and is connected to Teddington by a large Lock Footbridge at Teddington Lock, and during the summer months Hammerton’s Ferry a pedestrian ferry links it to Marble Hill House, Twickenham. The name derives from the Old English word Hamme meaning place in the bend of a river  

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