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Park is alive with sound of music

HUNDREDS of concert-goers revelled in glorious weather as they listened to the latest Proms in the Park in Bognor Regis.


The enjoyed several hours of music from Andy Beaumont All Stars and Trifonics in the beautiful surroundings of the bandstand in Hotham Park as the sun set.


Last Saturday’s event was held by Bognor Regis Town Council after the success of previous years’ concerts.


Kirsten Fitzpatrick, the council’s events officer, said: “The weather was perfect for Proms in the Park on Saturday with large numbers coming out to enjoy the warm conditions and music.


“The Andy Beaumont All Stars got the crowd up and jiving and swinging for the first half of the evening, followed by the classical talents of the string and flute trio Trifonics, who played the Proms classics.


“In the interval, the crowds were entertained by the town crier, Jane Smith, and the town mayor, Cllr Stephen Reynolds, who blasted out a bit of Knees Up Mother Brown and the like with some fantastic audience participation.”


One member of the audience lost a pendant of what looks like an angel at the concert. The town council is keen to return it. Contact:

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