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Welcome to The Putney Society

The Putney Society is concerned with all aspects of the community which contribute to the quality of our local life.

These include the built environment and open spaces such as parks and commons; transport and community services. The Society has played a key role in the enhancement and protection of these vital facilities in Putney and Roehampton since its inception.

Members receive a monthly Bulletin either by email or in a printed version which gives all the latest news and photographs relating to the Society's work and issues and much more besides. The Society's Buildings, Open Spaces, Community and Transport Panels meet regularly to review what is going on in Putney. The Society has also just launched a discount scheme for members who show their membership cards in a wide range of 40 local businesses. 

If you are not already a member we hope that you will join the Society to help us continue to provide an effective voice in the community. 


See panel on the right for further information



We are delighted to announce that the Putney Promotions Discount Scheme is now up and running.  The aim behind the scheme is to encourage more of us to shop locally, and to support the local retailers. A welcome Letter and membership card has been sent out to all members, so all you have to do is look out for the swan sticker in shop windows, and claim your discount or special offer.

Around 50 local independent businesses have joined the scheme already. Click here to see the Society's press release about the scheme.

Check out the Special offers and discounts with retailers listed by road,

OR by  Alphabetical list of participants, OR by Type of service offered.

For more information on the scheme contact Vicky Diamond [].


The Socety has paid for the supply and planting of two new Catalpa bignonioides trees in Wandsworth Park. They have been planted in the formal beds at the south-eastern corner of the park where two earlier trees had reached the end of their lifeplan. The trees were planted last month with the help of Councillor Jim Madden, Pat Cross the Chair of the new Friends of Wandsworth Park, and John Horrocks Chair of the Society's Open Spaces Panel.




The Society's Transport Panel has been monitoring the progress made by Network Rail who have revised their refurbishment timeline.

Further work has been carried out to clean the section of the façade above the station entrance. However, as mentioned previously, there is no funding to restore the façade either side of this i.e. where the café and hairdressers were on the left hand side or above Costa on the right. We are still awaiting confirmation of when the power supply into the station, which will enable the new shops and the lifts to function, will actually work. At the start of this year Network Rail and South West Trains scheduled this for the end of June; however, the latest evidence suggests this is slipping. If this delay is correct then it will have taken almost two years after work on the concourse was completed. In the meantime, after heavy rain in May, the concourse appears to have some leaks in the roof.