Hotham Park

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Hotham Park is a public park in the seaside town of Bognor Regis, West Sussex, England. It was established by the founder of Bognor Sir Richard Hotham, who formerly resided at Hotham Park House (built 1792)[1] which still stands today.The park is a popular local amenity for residents of the town and also is very popular with holiday makers. The park is located nearby to Butlins and the Town centre.

Amenities in the park include a boating lake, miniature railway, putting green, children's play area and a cafe.[2]

A local action - Group Make Bognor Better - is proposing an innovative design scheme, for a new Café for Hotham Park that will take the form of a Tree top house which enjoys views across the canopy of Bognor's historic park.[3]

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  1. ^ Hotham House built in 1792
  2. ^ Amenities Arun District Counci
  3. ^ Tree-top Cafe planned in Bognor Regis, Bognor Regis Observer, 8 July 2010

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Coordinates: 50°47′15″N 0°40′06″W / 50.7875°N 0.66836°W / 50.7875; -0.66836