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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The new charitable group, Friends of Hotham Park, will be running various events in 2020. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or click here
The following is one of the events organised and run by Hotham Park Heritage Trust in 2019.
Music in the Park 2019
Selected Sundays from 2:00pm to 4:00pm. FREE entry.
Hotham Park Heritage Trust are delighted to announce that the line-up for 2019 is now confirmed, as shown in the poster on the right. All events will run from 2.00pm to 4.00pm, except for the event on 7 July 2019. We are organising this jointly with The Rotary Club of Bognor Regis and it will run from 12.30pm to 4.00pm. Please bring a picnic and join us for these fun-filled afternoons of music and dancing.
For details of the featured acts please click below:
19 May 2019 – Despite the changeable weather we were very lucky in that the rain held off until about 10 miuntes after we had finished packing up after the event! Thank you to everyone who attended and we hope you enjoyed yourselves. For a video and pictures of the event please click here.
Herewith the history of these events and details of performances that have been enjoyed in previous years.
Hotham Park Heritage Trust entered new territory in 2016 by offering even more FREE entertainment during the summer in Hotham Park.
In 2018 we presented musical entertainment on 4 occasions, 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.
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. The 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.
For details of our other events click here.
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