Howden supports Art at the Park

More than 60 artists have signed up for Art at the Park at Braxted Park, in, Essex, in aid of Home-Start Essex.

Established names such as Dominic Welch and Kate Boxer, alongside exciting new and emerging talent, will exhibit their original art at the professionally curated exhibition from February 1-4, 2024 which will include sculpture, paintings, ceramics and prints.

Howden Private Clients Director Julie Webb says ‘Art at the Park will be such an exciting event, featuring so many incredibly talented artists’.

She adds: “Howden is proud to support this innovative exhibition and I look forward to inviting my art-loving clients to Braxted Park, a beautiful country house, knowing our support benefits Home-Start Essex, whose trained volunteers help families through their challenging times.”

Home-Start Essex aims to give children the best possible start in life by supporting parents and carers to feel less isolated, to build their confidence and to find ways to manage the challenges they face. Trusting relationships with families are created through a range of flexible support including volunteer-led home visiting, family groups, wellbeing services, school-readiness and behaviour support programmes.


Art at the Park in aid of Home-Start Essex at Braxted Park, Witham, runs from February 1-4, 2024, supported by Howden. Work will be on display in the Georgian house with prices expected to range from around £15 to £50,000.

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