Coronavirus News - 23rd October 2021

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Sunday 28th November

Saturday 19th June 2021 - Friday 31st December 2021 10:00am

Curious About Kendal started on Saturday 19th June and continues until Friday 31st December

Have fun (re-)discovering Kendal, spotting things you’ never noticed before, with two quirky treasure hunt style heritage walks – a safe, fun and affordable way to get some fresh air.

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Monday 6th September 2021 - Thursday 23rd December 2021

Fell Ponies Heritage Exhibition started on Monday 6th September and continues until Thursday 23rd December

An exhibition of beautiful photographs  reflecting the life of a fell pony throughout the year

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Thursday 28th October 2021 - Sunday 2nd January 2022

Anne Mackinnon – Exhibition started on Thursday 28th October and continues until Sunday 2nd January

An exhibition of Anne’s latest pastels of thelandscape and gardens, as well as paintings using her traditional techniques

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Thursday 11th November 2021 - Sunday 2nd January 2022

Preston Threads – Exhibition started on Thursday 11th November and continues until Sunday 2nd January

Preston Threads are a contemporary textile group based in the north west of England who share a common passion for textile art.
They meet regularly to inspire and aid the development of each others work.

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Saturday 27th November 2021 - Sunday 28th November 2021

Festive Farfield Mill

Unique Hand crafted gifts, Raffle, Artists’ Studios, Textile Exhibitions, Festive Children’s Trail, Festive Fare in the Tearoom

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Friday 26th November 2021 - Sunday 28th November 2021

Kirkby Stephen Christmas Festival

A Christmas festival to be held throughout the town in various venues, including an art exhibition, plus food and craft stalls.

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Sunday 28th November 2021 11:00am - 12:00pm

Santa Dash – Kendal

A festive fun run for all the family!

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Sunday 28th November 2021 7:30pm

Concert:Sacconi String Quartet

Monday 29th November

Monday 29th November 2021 10:00am - 12:30pm

Wreath making and Christmas Yoga

All materials and refreshment provided

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Tuesday 30th November

Tuesday 30th November 2021 - Friday 3rd December 2021 7:30pm

Thirty Nine Steps starts and continues until Friday 3rd December

Wednesday 1st December

Saturday 19th June 2021 - Friday 31st December 2021 10:00am

Curious About Kendal started on Saturday 19th June and continues until Friday 31st December

Have fun (re-)discovering Kendal, spotting things you’ never noticed before, with two quirky treasure hunt style heritage walks – a safe, fun and affordable way to get some fresh air.

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Monday 6th September 2021 - Thursday 23rd December 2021

Fell Ponies Heritage Exhibition started on Monday 6th September and continues until Thursday 23rd December

An exhibition of beautiful photographs  reflecting the life of a fell pony throughout the year

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Thursday 28th October 2021 - Sunday 2nd January 2022

Anne Mackinnon – Exhibition started on Thursday 28th October and continues until Sunday 2nd January

An exhibition of Anne’s latest pastels of thelandscape and gardens, as well as paintings using her traditional techniques

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Thursday 11th November 2021 - Sunday 2nd January 2022

Preston Threads – Exhibition started on Thursday 11th November and continues until Sunday 2nd January

Preston Threads are a contemporary textile group based in the north west of England who share a common passion for textile art.
They meet regularly to inspire and aid the development of each others work.

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Wednesday 1st December 2021 9:30am - 1:30pm

MARKET DAY

Weekly market every Wednesday with stalls of fruit, meat, baking, fish , eggs etc and books and bric-a-brac

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Wednesday 1st December 2021 10:45am - 11:15am

NatWest Bank – Dent

Changed time

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Wednesday 1st December 2021 11:45am - 12:30pm

NatWest Bank – Sedbergh

Changed time

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Wednesday 1st December 2021 7:30pm

Short films from Northern Film Archive

Wednesday 1st December 2021 7:30pm

Domino Drive

Friday 3rd December

Tuesday 30th November 2021 - Friday 3rd December 2021 7:30pm

Thirty Nine Steps started on Tuesday 30th November and ends on this day

Saturday 4th December

Saturday 4th December 2021 7:45pm

Christmas Shopper Special

Friends of the Western Dales Bus are organising a special bus for shoppers  from Dent Station at 19.47

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Sunday 5th December

Sunday 5th December 2021 5:00pm

Carol Service

Guest Carol Service

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Wednesday 8th December

Wednesday 8th December 2021 7:30pm

PoVo – Kendal Jazz Club

Paul Froggst Hancock, Shorter, Hubbard, Steps Ahead, Grover Washington

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Thursday 9th December

Thursday 9th December 2021 7:30pm

Concert: Sedbergh Orchestra

Julian Cann Soloist

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Friday 10th December

Friday 10th December 2021 7:30pm

A Ceremony of Carols

Saturday 11th December

Saturday 11th December 2021

Christmas Shopper Special

Friends of the Western Dales Bus are organising a special bus for shoppers  from Dent Station at 19.47

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Saturday 11th December 2021 12:40pm - 1:40pm

The Live Nativity

Come and experience the Nativity firsthand

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Sunday 12th December

Sunday 12th December 2021 4:00pm - 5:30pm

Christmas Restore

An opportunity to destress with blissful yoga and relaxation

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Sunday 12th December 2021 4:00pm - 6:00pm

Messy Church

Hot meal, crafts, games, drama and music   Open to All

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Monday 13th December

Monday 13th December 2021 - Friday 17th December 2021

Father Christmas Zoom starts and continues until Friday 17th December

Meet Father Christmas in your own home

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Monday 13th December 2021 7:15pm

Buttons – Dentdale WI

Wednesday 15th December

Wednesday 15th December 2021 6:00pm - 8:00pm

LATE NIGHT SHOPPING

Main Street:

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Thursday 16th December

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Thursday 16th December 2021 - Saturday 18th December 2021 7:30pm

HERCULES – THE PANTO

A Panto which has an all-new look at a popular character.

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Friday 17th December

Monday 13th December 2021 - Friday 17th December 2021

Father Christmas Zoom started on Monday 13th December and ends on this day

Meet Father Christmas in your own home

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Thursday 16th December 2021 - Saturday 18th December 2021 7:30pm

HERCULES – THE PANTO

A Panto which has an all-new look at a popular character.

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Saturday 18th December

Saturday 18th December 2021 11:00am - 1:00pm

Dent Christmas Fair

Dent Memorial Hall

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Thursday 16th December 2021 - Saturday 18th December 2021 7:30pm

HERCULES – THE PANTO

A Panto which has an all-new look at a popular character.

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Saturday 18th December 2021 7:45pm

CHRISTMAS SHOPPER SPECIAL

Friends of the Western Dales Bus are organising a special bus for shoppers  from Dent Station at 19.47

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Sunday 19th December

Sunday 19th December 2021 6:30pm

Carol Service

Thursday 23rd December

Monday 6th September 2021 - Thursday 23rd December 2021

Fell Ponies Heritage Exhibition started on Monday 6th September and ends on this day

An exhibition of beautiful photographs  reflecting the life of a fell pony throughout the year

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Saturday 25th December

Saturday 25th December 2021

CHRISTMAS DAY – TIC SHUT

Monday 27th December

Monday 27th December 2021

CHRISTMAS BANK HOLIDAY

Tuesday 28th December

Tuesday 28th December 2021

BOXING DAY BANK HOLIDAY

Friday 31st December

Saturday 19th June 2021 - Friday 31st December 2021 10:00am

Curious About Kendal started on Saturday 19th June and ends on this day

Have fun (re-)discovering Kendal, spotting things you’ never noticed before, with two quirky treasure hunt style heritage walks – a safe, fun and affordable way to get some fresh air.

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Saturday 1st January

Thursday 28th October 2021 - Sunday 2nd January 2022

Anne Mackinnon – Exhibition started on Thursday 28th October and continues until Sunday 2nd January

An exhibition of Anne’s latest pastels of thelandscape and gardens, as well as paintings using her traditional techniques

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Thursday 11th November 2021 - Sunday 2nd January 2022

Preston Threads – Exhibition started on Thursday 11th November and continues until Sunday 2nd January

Preston Threads are a contemporary textile group based in the north west of England who share a common passion for textile art.
They meet regularly to inspire and aid the development of each others work.

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Sunday 2nd January

Thursday 28th October 2021 - Sunday 2nd January 2022

Anne Mackinnon – Exhibition started on Thursday 28th October and ends on this day

An exhibition of Anne’s latest pastels of thelandscape and gardens, as well as paintings using her traditional techniques

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Thursday 11th November 2021 - Sunday 2nd January 2022

Preston Threads – Exhibition started on Thursday 11th November and ends on this day

Preston Threads are a contemporary textile group based in the north west of England who share a common passion for textile art.
They meet regularly to inspire and aid the development of each others work.

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Thursday 11th November 2021 - Sunday 2nd January 2022

Changing Minds by World Wide Whispers started on Thursday 11th November and ends on this day

Quilt Collective

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Monday 3rd January

Monday 3rd January 2022

NEW YEAR BANK HOLIDAY

Wednesday 5th January

Wednesday 5th January 2022 - Sunday 27th February 2022

Sauvage – International Textile Exhibition starts and continues until Sunday 27th February

The International Textile Exhibition is back with new work from around the world. With “wild” as the theme for its 2021 competition the European Patchwork Meeting tries to inspire a trend towards freedom, opening new and enriching perspectives, an approach off the beaten track which, we hope,
will inspire you.

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Wednesday 5th January 2022 - Sunday 27th March 2022

Threads in Sheds starts and continues until Sunday 27th March

The British Tapestry Group National Members touring exhibition aims to preserve the heritage of tapestry weaving and to celebrate contemporary creativity.
Members from across the organisation, who are at various stages of their weaving career have created new works which use a significant element of silk. The exhibition tour starts at Whitchurch Silk Mill, Hampshire.

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Wednesday 12th January

Wednesday 12th January 2022 - Saturday 12th March 2022

Cumbrian Retrospective – Diane Standen starts and continues until Saturday 12th March

Since moving to Cumbria over two decades ago Dianne’s work has been inspired by the Lake District landscape and the Cumbrian Coast.  This retrospective exhibition showcases twenty years of experimenting with techniques and materials that seek to capture natural textures. Since the start of the recent Covid lockdown she has focused on ways of economically using beautiful yarns and that more recent work is reproduced in the exhibition as “Wrapped Work”.

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Wednesday 12th January 2022 - Sunday 20th March 2022

The Art of Freedom – Andrew Sharrock starts and continues until Sunday 20th March

Andrew Sharrock is a fine art photographer from Southport, Northwest England. He studied photography at the University of Central Lancashire, with his main specialist area being landscape and coastlines. Andrew uses ‘Intentional Camera Movement’ in his work, which primarily features the Northwest coast of England where the conditions and elements inspire him as ‘ the elements that surround us are eternal yet the majority are oblivious to its magic

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Wednesday 12th January 2022 7:30pm

Wives, Widows Spinsters – Women did write wills

Talk by Anna Wilson

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Wednesday 26th January

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Wednesday 26th January 2022 7:30pm

Roman Roads

Talk by David Routlege

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Tuesday 1st February

Wednesday 5th January 2022 - Sunday 27th February 2022

Sauvage – International Textile Exhibition started on Wednesday 5th January and continues until Sunday 27th February

The International Textile Exhibition is back with new work from around the world. With “wild” as the theme for its 2021 competition the European Patchwork Meeting tries to inspire a trend towards freedom, opening new and enriching perspectives, an approach off the beaten track which, we hope,
will inspire you.

View details >
Wednesday 5th January 2022 - Sunday 27th March 2022

Threads in Sheds started on Wednesday 5th January and continues until Sunday 27th March

The British Tapestry Group National Members touring exhibition aims to preserve the heritage of tapestry weaving and to celebrate contemporary creativity.
Members from across the organisation, who are at various stages of their weaving career have created new works which use a significant element of silk. The exhibition tour starts at Whitchurch Silk Mill, Hampshire.

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Wednesday 12th January 2022 - Saturday 12th March 2022

Cumbrian Retrospective – Diane Standen started on Wednesday 12th January and continues until Saturday 12th March

Since moving to Cumbria over two decades ago Dianne’s work has been inspired by the Lake District landscape and the Cumbrian Coast.  This retrospective exhibition showcases twenty years of experimenting with techniques and materials that seek to capture natural textures. Since the start of the recent Covid lockdown she has focused on ways of economically using beautiful yarns and that more recent work is reproduced in the exhibition as “Wrapped Work”.

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Wednesday 12th January 2022 - Sunday 20th March 2022

The Art of Freedom – Andrew Sharrock started on Wednesday 12th January and continues until Sunday 20th March

Andrew Sharrock is a fine art photographer from Southport, Northwest England. He studied photography at the University of Central Lancashire, with his main specialist area being landscape and coastlines. Andrew uses ‘Intentional Camera Movement’ in his work, which primarily features the Northwest coast of England where the conditions and elements inspire him as ‘ the elements that surround us are eternal yet the majority are oblivious to its magic

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Wednesday 9th February

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Wednesday 9th February 2022 7:30pm

Language of the Landscapes

Talk by Angus Winchester

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Wednesday 16th February

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Wednesday 16th February 2022 7:30pm

Maps through the Ages

Talk by Bill Shannon

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Sunday 27th February

Wednesday 5th January 2022 - Sunday 27th February 2022

Sauvage – International Textile Exhibition started on Wednesday 5th January and ends on this day

The International Textile Exhibition is back with new work from around the world. With “wild” as the theme for its 2021 competition the European Patchwork Meeting tries to inspire a trend towards freedom, opening new and enriching perspectives, an approach off the beaten track which, we hope,
will inspire you.

View details >

Tuesday 1st March

Wednesday 5th January 2022 - Sunday 27th March 2022

Threads in Sheds started on Wednesday 5th January and continues until Sunday 27th March

The British Tapestry Group National Members touring exhibition aims to preserve the heritage of tapestry weaving and to celebrate contemporary creativity.
Members from across the organisation, who are at various stages of their weaving career have created new works which use a significant element of silk. The exhibition tour starts at Whitchurch Silk Mill, Hampshire.

View details >
Wednesday 12th January 2022 - Saturday 12th March 2022

Cumbrian Retrospective – Diane Standen started on Wednesday 12th January and continues until Saturday 12th March

Since moving to Cumbria over two decades ago Dianne’s work has been inspired by the Lake District landscape and the Cumbrian Coast.  This retrospective exhibition showcases twenty years of experimenting with techniques and materials that seek to capture natural textures. Since the start of the recent Covid lockdown she has focused on ways of economically using beautiful yarns and that more recent work is reproduced in the exhibition as “Wrapped Work”.

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Wednesday 12th January 2022 - Sunday 20th March 2022

The Art of Freedom – Andrew Sharrock started on Wednesday 12th January and continues until Sunday 20th March

Andrew Sharrock is a fine art photographer from Southport, Northwest England. He studied photography at the University of Central Lancashire, with his main specialist area being landscape and coastlines. Andrew uses ‘Intentional Camera Movement’ in his work, which primarily features the Northwest coast of England where the conditions and elements inspire him as ‘ the elements that surround us are eternal yet the majority are oblivious to its magic

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Wednesday 2nd March

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Wednesday 2nd March 2022 7:30pm

A Closer Look at Ulverston

An illustrated talk showing the architectural clues to its fscinanting past by David Fellows

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Sunday 6th March

Sunday 6th March 2022 10:00am - 4:00pm

Tapestry Weaving Workshop – Anna Wetherell

Spend a day with Anna learning about tapestry weaving and create something inspired by the area around Farfield Mill and visit the British Tapestry group Threads in Shed Exhibition.

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Wednesday 9th March

Wednesday 9th March 2022 - Sunday 15th May 2022

Breath – Maggie Ayres starts and continues until Sunday 15th May

‘Breath’ is a solo exhibition of work by Dumfries and Galloway based, mixed media, abstract artist Maggie Ayres.

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Saturday 12th March

Wednesday 12th January 2022 - Saturday 12th March 2022

Cumbrian Retrospective – Diane Standen started on Wednesday 12th January and ends on this day

Since moving to Cumbria over two decades ago Dianne’s work has been inspired by the Lake District landscape and the Cumbrian Coast.  This retrospective exhibition showcases twenty years of experimenting with techniques and materials that seek to capture natural textures. Since the start of the recent Covid lockdown she has focused on ways of economically using beautiful yarns and that more recent work is reproduced in the exhibition as “Wrapped Work”.

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Saturday 12th March 2022 10:00am - 4:00pm

Winter Scene – Ruth Clayton

Create  a beautiful winter woodland scene. Ruth will take you, step by step, through her simple drawing and painting process to encourage you to ‘tap’ into your creativity. You will leave the workshop with a beautifully framed painting to impress your friends and family.

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Sunday 13th March

Wednesday 16th March

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Wednesday 16th March 2022 7:30pm

The Pilgrimage of Grace

Talk by Adrian Braddon

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Thursday 17th March

Thursday 17th March 2022 10:10am - 4:00pm

Needle Felted Highland Cow Workshop – Jane Baardgett

Come along & Paint with wool! create a beautiful Highland Cow picture using 100% real wool fibres on a hessian background with no drawing skills required. You will be guided through the use of needle choice, wool variations & sheep breeds to help you build a picture by manipulating and blending the fibres to create texture and detail. You will also get to keep your tools & materials too continue your new found love of Needle felting at home.

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Sunday 20th March

Wednesday 12th January 2022 - Sunday 20th March 2022

The Art of Freedom – Andrew Sharrock started on Wednesday 12th January and ends on this day

Andrew Sharrock is a fine art photographer from Southport, Northwest England. He studied photography at the University of Central Lancashire, with his main specialist area being landscape and coastlines. Andrew uses ‘Intentional Camera Movement’ in his work, which primarily features the Northwest coast of England where the conditions and elements inspire him as ‘ the elements that surround us are eternal yet the majority are oblivious to its magic

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Sunday 27th March

Wednesday 5th January 2022 - Sunday 27th March 2022

Threads in Sheds started on Wednesday 5th January and ends on this day

The British Tapestry Group National Members touring exhibition aims to preserve the heritage of tapestry weaving and to celebrate contemporary creativity.
Members from across the organisation, who are at various stages of their weaving career have created new works which use a significant element of silk. The exhibition tour starts at Whitchurch Silk Mill, Hampshire.

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Wednesday 30th March

Wednesday 30th March 2022 - Sunday 15th May 2022 10:30am - 4:00pm

Painting with Cloth – Cas Holmes starts and continues until Sunday 15th May

Exploring the connection between landscape, people and place Cas collects found materials as she goes. marks are then created which combine cloth, paint and stitch with a disregard of the divisions of medium usage and application that often define the world of painting and textiles.

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Thursday 31st March

Thursday 31st March 2022 10:00am - 4:00pm

Shaft Honeycomb Weaving Workshop – Jan Beadle

Honeycomb weaving creates a cell like structure which resemble the bee’s honeycomb. Creates a lovely soft furnishing fabric. Suitable for beginners and more experienced wanting to develop their skills. Looms will be set up and ready to go on the day.

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Friday 1st April

Wednesday 9th March 2022 - Sunday 15th May 2022

Breath – Maggie Ayres started on Wednesday 9th March and continues until Sunday 15th May

‘Breath’ is a solo exhibition of work by Dumfries and Galloway based, mixed media, abstract artist Maggie Ayres.

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Wednesday 30th March 2022 - Sunday 15th May 2022 10:30am - 4:00pm

Painting with Cloth – Cas Holmes started on Wednesday 30th March and continues until Sunday 15th May

Exploring the connection between landscape, people and place Cas collects found materials as she goes. marks are then created which combine cloth, paint and stitch with a disregard of the divisions of medium usage and application that often define the world of painting and textiles.

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Sunday 3rd April

Wednesday 6th April

Wednesday 6th April 2022 - Tuesday 31st May 2022

The Loving Earth Project starts and continues until Tuesday 31st May

Lovingearth project is a community textile project which seeks to help people engage with the climate and environmental crisis in a fun and creative way which results in positive changes -but without becoming overwhelmed. The project asks people to consider something / someone /somewhere /some activity which they love and imagine how this might be affected by climate change /environmental breakdown.

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Sunday 1st May

Wednesday 9th March 2022 - Sunday 15th May 2022

Breath – Maggie Ayres started on Wednesday 9th March and continues until Sunday 15th May

‘Breath’ is a solo exhibition of work by Dumfries and Galloway based, mixed media, abstract artist Maggie Ayres.

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Wednesday 30th March 2022 - Sunday 15th May 2022 10:30am - 4:00pm

Painting with Cloth – Cas Holmes started on Wednesday 30th March and continues until Sunday 15th May

Exploring the connection between landscape, people and place Cas collects found materials as she goes. marks are then created which combine cloth, paint and stitch with a disregard of the divisions of medium usage and application that often define the world of painting and textiles.

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Wednesday 6th April 2022 - Tuesday 31st May 2022

The Loving Earth Project started on Wednesday 6th April and continues until Tuesday 31st May

Lovingearth project is a community textile project which seeks to help people engage with the climate and environmental crisis in a fun and creative way which results in positive changes -but without becoming overwhelmed. The project asks people to consider something / someone /somewhere /some activity which they love and imagine how this might be affected by climate change /environmental breakdown.

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Sunday 15th May

Wednesday 30th March 2022 - Sunday 15th May 2022 10:30am - 4:00pm

Painting with Cloth – Cas Holmes started on Wednesday 30th March and ends on this day

Exploring the connection between landscape, people and place Cas collects found materials as she goes. marks are then created which combine cloth, paint and stitch with a disregard of the divisions of medium usage and application that often define the world of painting and textiles.

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Wednesday 9th March 2022 - Sunday 15th May 2022

Breath – Maggie Ayres started on Wednesday 9th March and ends on this day

‘Breath’ is a solo exhibition of work by Dumfries and Galloway based, mixed media, abstract artist Maggie Ayres.

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Thursday 19th May

Thursday 19th May 2022 - Sunday 10th July 2022

Healreaf 4 – Exhibition starts and continues until Sunday 10th July

Heallreaf 4 presents their latest international exhibition of handwoven tapestry. Using centuries old weaving techniques the exhibitors produce beautiful thought provoking works. There are unlikely to be any medieval maidens or unicorns here but vibrant images, sometimes representational, sometimes abstract, based on subjects such as climate change, social injustice or the displacement of populations. Just as medieval tapestries told stories these works will also produce a startling contemporary narrative.

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Wednesday 25th May

Wednesday 25th May 2022 - Sunday 10th July 2022

Corvids – Stuart Gray starts and continues until Sunday 10th July

In this exhibition Stuart explores Corvids, carrion-eating birds (crows, rooks, ravens etc). Stuart doesn’t think these birds are particularly liked as they’re very noisy and look a little sinister, but they are also very clever. Start believes they deserve a little positive press and hopefully this exhibition, will allow people to appreciate them more for the handsome creatures they are.

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Tuesday 31st May

Wednesday 6th April 2022 - Tuesday 31st May 2022

The Loving Earth Project started on Wednesday 6th April and ends on this day

Lovingearth project is a community textile project which seeks to help people engage with the climate and environmental crisis in a fun and creative way which results in positive changes -but without becoming overwhelmed. The project asks people to consider something / someone /somewhere /some activity which they love and imagine how this might be affected by climate change /environmental breakdown.

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Wednesday 1st June

Thursday 19th May 2022 - Sunday 10th July 2022

Healreaf 4 – Exhibition started on Thursday 19th May and continues until Sunday 10th July

Heallreaf 4 presents their latest international exhibition of handwoven tapestry. Using centuries old weaving techniques the exhibitors produce beautiful thought provoking works. There are unlikely to be any medieval maidens or unicorns here but vibrant images, sometimes representational, sometimes abstract, based on subjects such as climate change, social injustice or the displacement of populations. Just as medieval tapestries told stories these works will also produce a startling contemporary narrative.

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Wednesday 25th May 2022 - Sunday 10th July 2022

Corvids – Stuart Gray started on Wednesday 25th May and continues until Sunday 10th July

In this exhibition Stuart explores Corvids, carrion-eating birds (crows, rooks, ravens etc). Stuart doesn’t think these birds are particularly liked as they’re very noisy and look a little sinister, but they are also very clever. Start believes they deserve a little positive press and hopefully this exhibition, will allow people to appreciate them more for the handsome creatures they are.

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Friday 3rd June

Monday 6th June

Monday 6th June 2022

SPRING BANK HOLIDAY

Friday 1st July

Thursday 19th May 2022 - Sunday 10th July 2022

Healreaf 4 – Exhibition started on Thursday 19th May and continues until Sunday 10th July

Heallreaf 4 presents their latest international exhibition of handwoven tapestry. Using centuries old weaving techniques the exhibitors produce beautiful thought provoking works. There are unlikely to be any medieval maidens or unicorns here but vibrant images, sometimes representational, sometimes abstract, based on subjects such as climate change, social injustice or the displacement of populations. Just as medieval tapestries told stories these works will also produce a startling contemporary narrative.

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Wednesday 25th May 2022 - Sunday 10th July 2022

Corvids – Stuart Gray started on Wednesday 25th May and continues until Sunday 10th July

In this exhibition Stuart explores Corvids, carrion-eating birds (crows, rooks, ravens etc). Stuart doesn’t think these birds are particularly liked as they’re very noisy and look a little sinister, but they are also very clever. Start believes they deserve a little positive press and hopefully this exhibition, will allow people to appreciate them more for the handsome creatures they are.

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Sunday 10th July

Thursday 19th May 2022 - Sunday 10th July 2022

Healreaf 4 – Exhibition started on Thursday 19th May and ends on this day

Heallreaf 4 presents their latest international exhibition of handwoven tapestry. Using centuries old weaving techniques the exhibitors produce beautiful thought provoking works. There are unlikely to be any medieval maidens or unicorns here but vibrant images, sometimes representational, sometimes abstract, based on subjects such as climate change, social injustice or the displacement of populations. Just as medieval tapestries told stories these works will also produce a startling contemporary narrative.

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Wednesday 25th May 2022 - Sunday 10th July 2022

Corvids – Stuart Gray started on Wednesday 25th May and ends on this day

In this exhibition Stuart explores Corvids, carrion-eating birds (crows, rooks, ravens etc). Stuart doesn’t think these birds are particularly liked as they’re very noisy and look a little sinister, but they are also very clever. Start believes they deserve a little positive press and hopefully this exhibition, will allow people to appreciate them more for the handsome creatures they are.

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