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The Knitted Bible was created by St George’s Church URC, Hartlepool. It comprises of over 30 passages from the Bible recreated with knitted dolls. It is very colourful and creative, and a wonderful way to illustrate Biblical stories. It is on tour at the moment (and will be till the end of December 2019!) I saw …
The Sweeps Festival is a lively annual event held in Rochester, Kent. If you like folk music, morris dancing and/or colourful costumes then this is the place to be! The Sweeps Festival is the biggest morris dancing festival in the world and this year welcomed over 50 morris dancing groups to Medway, in addition to …
Here are some photographs from my visit to Kent Life on Easter Day. For more details about Kent Life please visit: https://kentlife.org.uk/ Thanks for visiting my blog Samantha x
2017 Aylesford Annual Art Show
This year’s Aylesford Art Show took place on 25th & 26th November. I exhibited a few of my wintry-themed artworks in this group show. Here are some pictures from the exhibition.
Folkestone Triennial 2017
The Folkestone Triennial is a visual arts festival which has been held every three year since 2008. Contemporary artists use the coastal setting of Folkestone in Kent to create site-specific works that bring art out of the gallery setting and into public spaces. Yesterday I visited the event and here are some photographs from the …
World Athletics Championships 2017
On Saturday 5th August I attended the Athletics World Championships with my sister at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Here are some photographs from the morning session.
Victoria in Faversham
Here are some pictures which were taken during a sunny photo-shoot in Faversham – featuring my beautiful friend Victoria Sheppard.
Hever’s Home Front Event
Last weekend I visited Hever Castle for their Home Front event. Here are some photographs from a great day.
A Steam Train Journey on the Spa Valley Railway
Here are some photographs I took during a steam train journey on the Spa Valley Railway in Kent. The Railway is staffed entirely by volunteers who give their time to keep this piece of history alive. If you get the chance, I highly recommend you visit and support this wonderful heritage venture. For further details please …
Bluebells at Bredhurst
The countryside at Bredhurst is always beautiful and last month it was particularly so, as the view was transformed by a blanket of bluebells. Nature changes and adapts to the cycles of the seasons, allowing continuous transformation and renewal to take place. In contrast we can seem rigid and set in our ways. There is …