Day 2 – Sunday 17 July


Artist studio – Georgia Wyver at Tumbledown, Whybourne’s Chase, Minster. ME12 2HZ  from 11am until 4pm – FREE ENTRANCE


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Free: Meet local Sheppey Textile and Felting Artist Georgia Wyver who is opening her house to the Public over 2 days, 16th and 17th July.  View her Artwork, chat to her about how she creates it and enjoy a cuppa.  You may find something that you cannot leave behind!

Full address: Tumbledown, on the corner of Whybornes Chase and Queenborough Drive, Minster, ME12 2HZ


Artist studio – Amanda Hoggins & Janys Thornton at 95 Marine Parade, Sheerness. ME12 2BE from 11am until 4pm – FREE ENTRANCE


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Sheppey Artists Janys Thornton and Amanda Hoggins will be holding a joint exhibition of their work at Amanda’s home as part of Sheppey Promenade.  Come and chat to the Artists over a cup of tea and buy a piece of locally made artwork.


Photographic Exhibition – Sir Stanley Hooker – cafe times – Healthy Living Centre, Sheerness – FREE ENTRANCE


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This exhibition reveals the outstanding achievements of one of Britain’s greatest aviation engineers, who few realise was born on Sheppey. It features the life and work of Sir Stanley Hooker, who made an incredibly significant contribution in developing the engines of our most iconic aircraft, from the Spitfire, through to the Vulcan and ultimately Concorde.


Flight on Sheppey – poems and art work – see Castle Connections website for opening times – Castle Connections, Queenborough – FREE EVENT


Linda Brinklow

http://www.castleconnections.co.uk/index.php/community/61-centre-opening-hours
This exhibition will feature places visited by members of the Aspirations group over the years;  like the Aviation Museum at Eastchurch, Muswell Manor (home of the first aircraft factory in Britain), the Eco Centre at Brambledown , Elmley Reserve, Barton’s Point, Halfway Cemetery and Queenborough. This is a quirky look at some of the best bits about Sheppey
The history behind the visits
– The Research- From local news- papers courtesy of Minster Gatehouse Museum  and the Eastchurch Aviation Museum (annex  to the  Blue Town Heritage Centre)

Tributes to
– The artist Julie Bradshaw
– The author David Hughes
– and historians Peter West and Rosemary and Martin Hawkins (Eastchurch Aviation Museum)

The glue that binds this exhibition together will be the poetry.

For more details please ring Linda on 01795 664718 or email lindabrinklow820@btinternet.com