Welcome to the HP Arts Trail

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Welcome to the HP  Arts Trail which starts on 10th June and runs until 19th June
You can find out what’s happening during the trail by clicking on the link to the Arts trail brochure on this link ARC_Trail_Brochure_2022 web version.

There were a few errors and omissions in the Arts Trail brochure, you can see the corrections on this link:
Corrections to Arts Trail brochure

This is the first Arts Trail for two years due to the Covid hiatus, so the Arts & Culture team (ARC) are excited to be presenting a veritable smorgasbord of exhibitions, classes, performances and displays by practitioners from across the whole spectrum of arts and culture. There’s no theme to the trail this year, as we wanted to give everyone the opportunity to do what they like doing best as their contribution to the Arts Trail.

The trail is packed with lots of work by local artists and there is lots of great events lined up for you to enjoy. The week kicks off with the Vintage Market at Hale End Library, with vintage stalls and book signings, kids’ activities and music from Harmony E4 Choir. During the week of the Arts Trail you will be able to visit artists’ studios, listen to live performances at Highams Park Live, hear poetry being read whilst sipping wine, make a clay pot, dance to ABBA and enjoy some great classical music too.

The ARC team are all volunteers from the Highams Park Planning Group and give their time freely because we see the value in creating and celebrating arts and culture, bringing people together and celebrating this unique community.

We should like to extend our grateful thanks to The Stow Brothers for sponsoring the Arts Trail, all the artists and creatives, who have taken the time to get involved, and all the shops and businesses that have given space and time to exhibit work or host events.
We literally couldn’t do it without you!

We hope you enjoy this year’s trail, if you would like to get involved in the next one, you can contact us at arc.highamspark@gmail.com
p.s. watch our for woolly bees buzzing around the postboxes of Highams Park