Hampton, Our Mascot

Message from Hampton

Hello, my name is Hampton and I am an 8ft Hedgehog who could not properly hibernate this year as I had to move home.


For the last decade I have been living with Freda Hughes and been a mascot for Littlehampton Carnival. Then in December 2016 I had my last appearance with her at the Carnival fund raising event on the 10th December 2016. Since then I have been adopted by Chris Allen and the Edwin James Festival Choir. They made me appear at their two Christmas Concerts and I am now off to hibernate. It has been hard getting used to a new family although I do know Stuart Capelin who sings with the Choir as he was also part of the Carnival committee. I am told that they are a very friendly bunch and they apparently sing a lot.


It is also the Choirs intention that I have to be available for parties and celebrity event openings. If anyone would like a loveable cuddly hedgehog to come to their events, please get in touch.


Ps. I am housetrained and only ask to be fed, watered and paid a sum for my celebrity appearance. 




Hampton's next public performance

10th February 2018 at the Pancake Olympics being held at Littlehampton High Street between 11am and 1pm.


For more details about the event, visit http://www.visitlittlehampton.co.uk/whats-on/

Information about Hampton

Hampton has six costumes:-

  • Daytime (Blue and Yellow)
  • Father Christmas
  • Beach/Leisure
  • Illuminous
  • Elvis
  • James Bond

Hampton is available for events and parties. Please Contact Us for further information.

We would like to wish all our readers a happy and healthy New Year. Thank you for your support in 2017. Look out for some special concerts in 2018 to celebrate our 20th year!


Tel: Chris for tickets

+44 1243 582330 +44 1243 582330


Tel: Julie for membership info

+44 1903 502262


Email : edwinjamesfestivalchoir@gmail.com


Or use our contact form.


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