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Events 7 June 2018

Date: 2 to 30 Jun

Time: 10am to 4pm daily

Together Separately

A five-handed exhibition featuring  local artists Phillippa, Terry, Jessica and Emily Goddard with photographer Ian Beacham.  

Influenced by life on Romney Marsh, this five-handed exhibition shows the common threads that bring us together yet separated by our uniquely individual styles.  Including paintings, prints, papercuts, knitted work and photography.


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Location: The Art Gallery, Romney Marsh Visitor Centre
Contact: phillippagod@hotmail.com
Date: 7 Jun 2018

Time: 11am to 2pm

Book Signing


Historical novelist Emma will be signing copies of her new book But First Maintain the Wall and chatting about it.But First Maintain the Wall
Emma Batten lives on Romney Marsh and loves to combine her interest in local history with creative writing. It's important to her that the historical details are accurate and to give her readers an authentic insight of life here on Romney Marsh, as well as creating believable plots. 
She has written three historical novels, Secrets of the Shingle which is based on Dungeness and A Place Called Hope, based around Hope Church of All Saints near New Romney and What the Monk Didn't See based on the great Storm of 1287.
Location: Romney Marsh Visitor Centre
Contact: 01797 369487
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