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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Tree Planting March 2020
This event was organised by officers of Arun District Council’s Parks and Greenspaces Service.
Half of the funding was provided by Hotham Park Heritage Trust.
Tuesday 17 March 2020 – 11:00am to 3:00pm.
About 30 people joined us in the planting of some two dozen ‘standard’ trees and a new hedge in Hotham Park on Tuesday 17 March 2020. The event formed part of Arun District Council’s Parks and Greenspaces Service’s ongoing tree planting commitment throughout the district and was especially important in the context of a changing climate. Officers were available throughout the event to take questions from members of the public regarding the service’s approach to preserving our environment and mitigating the effects that a changing climate may have on our Parks.
This event was organised by officers of the Council’s Parks and Greenspaces Service. Half of the funding was provided by Hotham Park Heritage Trust in what is to be one of several lasting legacy projects delivered in the Park by them. Further contributions were made by Bognor Regis Town Council’s Hotham ward allocation money.
Thank you to everyone that helped with this very important event.
All other 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.