OUR PROJECTS

As aN Arts Charity, we work closely with the community on the Marsh. We deliver a variety of workshops with community members throughout the year.

Our projects are AIMED AT ENGAGING ADULTS WHO HAVE LIMITED ACCESS TO LEARNING AND CHILDCARE. WE OFFER WORKSHOPS DURING SCHOOL HOURS AND IN A CENTRAL COMMUNITY LOCATION. ALL OUR WORKSHOPS ARE FREE AND MATERIALS AND TOOLS ARE PROVIDED. WE USE RESOURCES THAT CAN BE FORAGED OR GLEANED LOCALLY SUCH AS WILLOW, WOOL, HEDGEROW MATERIALS AND RUSH. 

 

 

 

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Audio Trail 2018

The Audio trail will provide local, heritage information about LOCAL CULTURAL HERITAGE such as writers, artists, filmmakers, poets and composers. We will identify those who have lived worked and been inspired by the Romney Marsh landscape and history. We will illustrate the tour by providing historic information, local stories, literary and creative references.

Our  learning programme  continues to offer free workshops to local people. Areas of interest include: basketry, wool spinning and exploring free resources. We are also delivering Oral History Training in 2019....  See our film we created with Screen South  here

Our learning programme continues to offer free workshops to local people. Areas of interest include: basketry, wool spinning and exploring free resources.
We are also delivering Oral History Training in 2019....

See our film we created with Screen South here

 

Schools

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2018 has provided us with the opportunity to have a class of 34 primary school children finding out about willow. We talked about how people in the past might have used willow fish…as a toy for children to play with, as a good luck for fisherman in the town, as a decoration  More information →

 

 

 

 

 

 

We have been working with UCA Canterbury's MA Architecture students to imagine a community hub design for St Mary in the Marsh. The brief is for a multipurpose space, low impact, responding to the local vernacular, history and landscape