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The new Autumn and Winter edition of the Broxbourne Arts Forum Programme covers events from September 2019 to March 2020.

Containing details of the activities of BArts' affiliated groups, as well as the events being promoted by BArts, it is available from the Spotlight, Hoddesdon, One Stop Shops, Libraries or on request from BArts' members.

Our recent Exhibition at the Spotlight Gallery, entitled "Daubing and Doodling", in which local artists explored patterns and abstract art, ran until 17th July 2019. 

We regret to advise that, due to a change of policy at the Spotlight, the next Exhibition, entitled "Mellow Fruitfulness" and intended to run from 7th October will NOT take place.

We've joined the Broxbourne Lottery - click here for more information!

BArts is now a member of Love Hoddesdon BID - read more here.

BArts is supporting the Hertfordshire Year of Culture 2020 click here.

BArts is part of the Broxbourne Creative Partnership - more here.

Student Arts Awards
BArts offers grants for young people pursuing high standards in arts activities. See more details here.

See below the programme introduction from Lee Rayner. See her full letter here.

To see a full listing of the events calendar click here.


Autumn/Winter Season 2019/20


Welcome to our Autumn and Winter programme, full of interesting opportunities as usual.

There are more than seventy different events listed in our new programme for September to March 2020, plus regular activities on offer from our thirty-one affiliated groups! Virtually every aspect of the Arts is represented. There are eight visual art groups for floral art, painting and photography, five music groups, eleven theatre and dance groups and six groups presenting a variety of educational / social activities. With something for every age, there’s no need to hibernate, or become a ‘couch potato’ during the autumn and winter months!

Thank you for your support. We look forward to seeing you at one of our events in the near future.

Lee Rayner, Director of Programming

Malcolm Gordon, Chairman, and the BArts’ Team



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