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Using this year’s photography exhibition at The Seaside Museum as inspiration, join facilitator Gary Studley of Dead Hoarse Writers, to explore the environment & buildings of Herne Bay; share our sense of belonging & community; and celebrate where we live.
With photographs, prompts & exercises designed for both poetry & prose, this workshop will be suitable for new or experienced writers alike (age, 14+)
Facilitator: Gary Studley is a writer, artist, performer & mentor with 25+ years experience. As well as providing courses at Beach Creative CIC, Gary leads writing groups; spoken word events; & has worked with The Marlowe Theatre; Canterbury Festival; English Heritage & Porchlight. His Writing For Life service offers support in writing; editing; & creativity to promote good mental health.
Travel back in time to learn about the different human species and mega beasts that have lived in the Herne Bay area over the last million years.
Handle real tools made by our prehistoric ancestors. Find out more from researcher Pete Knowles about how the museum’s collection is contributing to the understanding of the early human occupation of our corner of the North West Europe.
Normal museum charges apply Adults £3/Concessions £2, children under 16 accompanied by an adult FREE
EVENING TALKS 2020
6.30pm for 7pm start
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Wednesday 4 March – Herne Bay’s Villages, Mike Bundock
Wednesday 15 April – Dalziel Brothers, Douglas Downing
May (date to be confirmed) – Seashore Life and Non-native Species, Ian Tittley
Friday 5 June – History of Herne Bay’s Railways, Mark Jones
Wednesday 7 October – Stones of Herne Bay, Geoff Downer