James Mullinger Returns for third Hampton Show. Hampton, New Brunswick.

Mullinger returns to Hampton for benefit show

Mullinger returns for third show in Hampton James Mullinger is getting ready to return to Hampton for his third show in the last five years in the town. On Thursday, April 25th, Mullinger and four of his friends will perform on the Hampton High School stage in support of the Dr. A. T. Leatherbarrow Inclusive […]

The bell that sits outside the Hampton Post Office is a bit of a mystery. Read the whole story at our website. Hampton, New Brunswick.

Doesn’t ring a bell: mystery behind a landmark

The Greater Hampton Region is filled with landmarks that have become commonplace in our community. Picture worthy churches, historical houses and covered bridges are scattered across the region. Some of these may seem to hold little significance, but many come with rich histories and deep connections to the community and other landmarks. Resting outside the […]

Christine Dowling is the Music Director with the Hampton High School Theatre Company. Hampton, New Brunswick.

A musical people should see and hear

The Hampton High School Theatre Company is putting the finishing touches on their spring musical, Matilda. Final rehearsals are near, costumes are getting their last alterations and the paint is drying on the set pieces. In the pit, Christine Dowling, the production’s Music Director, is ensuring the vocals match the live orchestra. “At this point, […]

Hampton welcomes Siyabulela Mandela

On Sunday March 31st 2019, Siyabulela Mandela received a warm welcome when he arrived at Station 33 for a coffee and a personal meet and greet. Mandela is a recognized academic and major human rights activist, as well as the grandson of Nelson Mandela. Being the grandson of Mandela has shaped his career. “When growing […]

The Hampton Legion, Branch 28 is an active part of our community. Hampton, New Brunswick.

Legion support for Hampton Cadets

On March 31, the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 28 in Hampton provided support for Cadets by making a donation. President of the Legion, Mr. Gary Hicks, presented a cheque to the Lt. David Savoy of the Cadet Corps for $1,500. The long standing support of Branch 28 to the local sea cadet corps is very […]

Fundy Royal MP, Alaina Lockhart, announced $100,000 of financial support to the Hampton Elementary School Accessible Playground from the Federal Government.

Hampton Elementary School Accessible Playground Update: One step closer

Hampton Elementary School is much closer to getting their new accessible playground. On Thursday, March 14, Fundy Royal MP, Alaina Lockhart, announced $100,000 of financial support from the Federal Government. “The Hampton Elementary School’s Accessible Playground Project is a true grassroots project that will have a tremendous impact in Hampton by improving access and opportunities […]

Balance for better: working toward gender equality in Piggs Peak.

Balance For Better

The theme for this year’s International Women’s Day on March 8 was “Balance for Better”, focusing on building a gender-balanced world. There is still much work to be done in North America and the developed world; however, in Swaziland the challenge is exponentially greater. “In Swaziland, the culture identifies women as less important than men…” […]

Paulette Haines runs free weekly seniors exercise classes at the Hampton Seniors Resource Center. Hampton, New Brunswick.

Keeping active through seniors exercise classes

Keeping active is important at any age and seniors in the Greater Hampton Region have the benefit of free weekly exercise classes designed to help keep them active, mobile and able to look after themselves better in their homes. “I like to help seniors attain their fitness goals,” says Paulette Haines, Seniors Wellness Advocate at […]