In an exciting new development, we have started working on the south side building on Hythe’s Victorian Pier (built in 1894) to prevent further deterioration. Although this work is a temporary fix, it offers provisional protection to prevent further damage while plans are put in place and funding raised for a permanent restoration in the near future. The temporary works being undertaken by DPB Contractors over the next three weeks include: removal and disposal of
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13th November 2020

Updates to Carriage 4 Diary

A diary in words and pictures of the restoration of our carriage up to mid February 2021. To view the diary please press the READ MORE button After that click on this link to the diary
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Totton Timber delivers - by Alan Titheridge
HPHA in conjunction with the Hythe Men’s Shed (at the Pier) has commenced repair work on the Hythe Pier Railway’s Carriage Number 4. The carriage, which has been gifted to the charity by Blue Funnel Ferries, is lying in the Hythe Ferry workshop and will be repaired to full operational and safety standards. by Alan Titheridge Once this work has been effected it will be placed back on the track, replacing Carriage Number 3 which
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The AGM took place on the 30th July 2020. The meeting was limited in scope and restricted to the members of the Board to comply with Government regulations. Another General Meeting of the entire membership will be organised at the earliest opportunity, once the current situation is resolved. The agenda for the meeting can be accessed by clicking on the title below HPHA-Agenda-AGM2020Download The Chair’s report can be accessed by clicking on the title below
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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
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