The July edition of the Herald includes a press release to give an update on HPHA. Click on the button below and you will redirected to the Herald website to read the release. Read the release
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Dear members, volunteers and to all those who follow and support the activities of the Hythe Pier Heritage Association.I wanted to share with you our message of support for Blue Funnel Ferries, the operator of Hythe Ferry. I am sure that you are all aware that on April 18th the ferry operations were suspended due to the dramatic turn down in passenger footfall that followed the extraordinary measures imposed by central Government to control the
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Good morning,I realise it will be a little early for many of you but I had a moment so thought this as good a time as any to bring you some news. As you know we have recently begun to plan and organise the project to restore our historic pier railway. Well I am delighted to confirm that we have received our first significant financial support with a grant of £10,000 from the Beaulieu Beaufort
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In response to guidance from HM Government in relation to the health crisis caused by the Coronavirus epidemic. Well, I don’t think that anyone could have predicted that we would be in the midst of the single biggest international health crisis that we have faced in modern peacetime. We are in a very fast changing and developing situation. It seems that no one can be quite certain what the outcome will be, indeed right now
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We are extremely pleased to say that work will begin on one of the train carriages , thanks to all the skilled volunteers keen to begin restoration of our much loved train. The aim is to dismantled carriage four housed in the train workshop and rebuild section by section in The Shed, started by Allan Fairhead; carpenters, boatbuilders and other skilled volunteers will lend their hand and hearts to restore over the next couple of
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