– this work consists of three large heritage-based art projects, focusing on the people of Gosport. It covers the town’s important role in the First World War. Click the image to find out more and to download the booklet.
For information on all our projects click here
We are pleased to announce that the winner of the national Heritage Open Days Photo Competition is Jason Brodie-Browne, for more information click the photo.
13th to 22nd September 2019
This year, Heritage Open Days will be 25 years old*
One of the main themes for this year will be ‘People Power‘, this is an opportunity to tell the stories of people who have changed and shaped your world.
We want to know about movements that have been created, friendships forged, communities strengthened and buildings saved. We want to know about the people who have been instrumental in creating your Heritage Open Days, and the benefits and changes this has brought to your community.
People Power comes in all forms: rebel songs, protest marches, conversations over tea and cake in a church hall. We want to highlight all of these and more. If you have any ideas please let us know.
We try to add some new and interesting heritage events each year, whilst still retaining the ever popular oldies like HMS Sultan. We’d love to hear your ideas for potential new events. Share your thoughts with us and we’ll try to make it happen.
Are you interested in helping with Gosport Heritage Open Days? Our friendly local team are planning the programme throughout the year so we need more volunteer helpers now (or whenever you have time)!
For some great photos of Gosport Heritage Open Days 2018 click this photo
Here’s a short film that Media students from St Vincent College made in 2017 to give a flavour of Heritage Open Days in Gosport.
Also, find out how St Vincent College are reviving cinema in Gosport with their ‘Ritz @ St Vincent’ film showings in their theatre.