Hotham Park Heritage Trust (HPHT), currently a registered charity, is in the process of being closed with the intention of becoming a charitable organisation to be known as Friends of Hotham Park (FoHP).
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All events listed on this website have always been organised and run entirely by a small group of unpaid Trustees, Members and Volunteers of Hotham Park Heritage Trust. In the Autumn of 2019 the decision was made to close the Trust because of a lack of people willing to volunteer their time.
The new charitable group, Friends of Hotham Park, hope to continue the legacy of HPHT by organising various activities in the future but they need your help. For more information please email email@example.com or click here.
The following is an archive of an event organised and run by Hotham Park Heritage Trust in 2017.
Father Christmas, followed by Carols in the Park 2017
This very popular event was held on Sunday 3rd December 2017 from 3pm to 6:45pm.
Children met Father Christmas in his Grotto and received a gift, followed by Carol Singing in front of the Bandstand.
Carols in the Park was held on the 3rd December 2017 in Hotham Park. Starting at 3pm with attractions for children including a chance to meet the Pagham ponies and play on Christmas themed Bouncy castles. Father Christmas arrived at 3.30pm at his famous grotto. There were seasonal stalls, tombola and a local craft stall and a chance to try Nordic walking. The bandstand area was bathed in Christmas lights and background music until 6pm.
From 6pm Carol Singing at the bandstand was led by the Bognor Regis Salvation Army Band and the Bognor RAFA choir. Song sheets were available and were free, although a small donation was much appreciated by the Hotham Park Heritage Trust, with the proceeds going back into improving the Park.
Hot food and drink were available to buy and the Trust supported by Butlins, our main sponsor, were selling mulled wine and minced pies.
This Carol singing and Christmas celebration was organised and run by unpaid Members and Volunteers of Hotham Park Heritage Trust and had been held in December for many years as part of their community and fund raising activities. The Trust is dedicated to promoting the conservation, protection and improvement of Hotham Park for the good of the local community.
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