We need more Members and Volunteers to help us organise and run our Country Fair and other events in 2018. Please join us to ensure we can repeat our previous successes.  All profits will be spent to improve Hotham Park.

Alice – The Grand Unveiling

Sunday 27 May 2018 from 2:15pm.

As a result of funds raised at the 2016 and 2017 Country Fairs we have been able to pay for the wood carvings in The Mad Hatter’s Copse and are very excited to announce the unveiling of more Alice in Wonderland sculptures on Sunday 27 May 2018, details as shown on the poster below. Hotham Park Heritage Trust are thrilled that we have been able to get the Bard and the Troubadour to perform their Alice in Wonderland Theatre production, this will be the first live performance of a play in the Park. Children should find this show very engaging. Also the Suzanne Hill School of Dance will perform song and dance routines to entertain us.

Poster for Alice portrait

Hotham Park Heritage Trust Country Fair 2018

Saturday 4 August and Sunday 5 August 2018. Open from 11:00am to 5:00pm each day. FREE entry.

The Country Fair 2018 organising team are pleased to announce that the 17th Annual Country Fair will take place in Hotham Park on Saturday 4 August and Sunday 5 August 2018. Bookings are now being taken via this website for traders using their own gazebos. Please complete and submit the application form on our Exhibit at an Event page promptly as pitches are likely to be sold quickly. More information about this great Event will follow but please save the days.

All funds raised will allow us to continue improving the park for the benefit of the public. The profits from our 2016 Country Fair enabled us to embark on our project of creating a Mad Hatter’s Copse within the Park and this has proved to be a welcome addition. To further our aims we are now delighted to announce the addition of 3 more Alice in Wonderland figures, which has been made possible with the funds raised from the 2017 Country Fair. The unveiling date is scheduled for Sunday 27 May 2018 and you are all invited.

A massive THANK YOU to all our wonderful Members and Volunteers who have helped organise and run the event in previous years and without whom it would not go ahead. They do an amazing job and we thank them sincerely.

We need even MORE people to help us ensure the event goes ahead in 2018 so please get involved by visiting our Membership page for a paper application form or our Volunteer page to complete and submit our on-line form. The planning and preparation will start again soon so please don’t delay!

We hope you enjoyed the 2017 Country Fair.   For a reminder of the event (or to see what you missed!) a video and pictures are available if you click here.

If you would like to advertise in our promotional material in the run up to the event and/or in Hotham Park during the event please visit our advertise page. Volunteers are vital to the success of our events so if you would like to get involved you will be very welcome and valued by the Trust. Donations will also be gratefully received, whether it be unwanted gifts for our tombola stall or a monetary donation to help with our work in improving the park.

Please remember that Hotham Park Heritage Trust relies on the goodwill of it’s Members and Volunteers to help with the organising and running of events, both leading up to and around the events themselves. ALL funds raised are spent on improving the amenities in Hotham Park for the benefit of the public. To ensure these events continue, any help you can give us would be greatly appreciated.

Music in the Park 2018

Selected Sundays from 2:00pm to 4:00pm.

Hotham Park Heritage Trust entered new territory in 2016 by offering even more FREE entertainment during the summer in Hotham Park.

We are currently organising musical entertainment for 4 dates in 2018, as shown on the poster on the right.

In 2017 we hosted 3 events featuring Coustics Ukulele Band, The Bognor Regis Concert Band and Beaten Tracks Instrumental Band. All were well attended and went down well with the public who were able to relax and enjoy the entertainment.

Bandstand in Hotham Park

The Bandstand

Music in Park poster

In 2016 we were entertained by Elliott Herrington (pianist and songwriter with his own spin on well known songs), Geoff Valenti (solo trumpet player) and Tom Janes (classical guitarist) so there have been a wide range of musical styles to enjoy.

Hotham Park Heritage Trust is a Registered Charity and all work is undertaken by a group of unpaid volunteers.All funds raised are spent on improving the amenities in Hotham Park for the benefit of the public so, if you would like to get involved, please contact us via our membership or volunteer pages. We would love to hear from you.

In case you cannot wait until our next event, here is a video of Beaten Tracks Instrumental Band in action.

As you can see, we have many exciting events and, if you would like to get involved in any aspects of Hotham Park Heritage Trust we would love to hear from you. Your support and help with the work we do will help to ensure that Hotham Park goes from strength to strength.

For details of events held in previous years click here.

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