Hunt for Treasure in Parsons Green

Highlight of Historic Buildings Group's summer events

 

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The annual Treasure Hunt, run by Hammersmith and Fulham Historic Buildings Group, takes place on Parsons Green this Sunday, June 28.

Here are the full details, from the group:

  
This year our annual treasure hunt is in Parson's Green. All welcome. Great prizes. Trail takes approx two hours.

Pick up your entry form from outside White Horse pub on Parson’s Green any time between 10am and 3pm. Entry per team of up to 4 adults plus children, £10 on day or £7 in advance.

For advance booking send cheque payable to H&FHBG to HBG Treasurer, Jo Brock, Flat 12, 43 Peterborough Road, SW6 3BT, together with SAE.

More info from Richard Scott on 020 8749 3963 or rbc.scott@yahoo.co.uk

What does Hammersmith and Fulham Historic Buildings Group do?  Richard Scott explains: " We are a voluntary group working to promote, research, record, preserve and enhance the Borough’s historic environment.

" This includes not only historic buildings and structures, but also open spaces, parks and gardens, landscape and views, waterways and the public realm - things like signage, street furniture and materials.  

" We work closely with the Council on planning  policy and proposals and are also members of The London Forum. We have about 140 individual members, with some Groups too, including civic societies and residents associations.

" Recent local successes include the Listing of the Temperance Billiard Hall in  Fulham High Street and the restoration of the Granville Sharp tomb in All Saints Churchyard. And we organise walks and visits..our first Treasure Hunt was around Old Fulham in 2007."

Richard adds that the group is always looking for support from new members, either through subscriptions - £5 a year for individuals and £15 for groups - and/or practical help. Find out more and catch up on the group's newsletters at Hammersmith and Fulham Historic Buildings Group.

 

June 23, 2009