Off the Rails Exhibition – Kinship Creative Design

This winter’s exhibition shows interiors and styling from Kay Prestney of Kinship Creative. Bringing something of the urban into the countryside, Kay specialises in rustic Scandi-style design, using displays foraged from the natural environment, recycled furniture and...

Fear not the Wall

Here's the version we posted today at Wivenhoe Station - thanks to Deborah Talbot and Sue Dawes for the design....

Fear not the Wall

Here's the online version of the postcard that Wivenhoe Creatives and Words Down The Line have produced. 500 copies will be winging their way around North Essex and beyond from the end of this week. If you want one, head down to Charmaine's ArtSeaMusic festival stall...

Words Down The Line – Summer Edition ‘Breaking through’

By Sue Dawes The summer edition of Words Down The Line is inspired by the recent UK general election, and is written around the concept of 'Breaking Through'. The poems, all of high quality, were judged by Wivenhoe Councillor, GE candidate for Harwich and North Essex,...

Off the Rails – Glass

This summer's visual exhibition features the work of Wivenhoe’s Railway Glass Studio, based in the Wivenhoe Business Centre. The Railway Glass Studio comprises five artists - Alison Chapman, Sue Davies, Anna Popkin, Jenny Spillane and Claudia Uller - all trained by...

Off the Rails – Wild About Wivenhoe

Somewhat belatedly, here is the Off the Rails 'Wild About Wivenhoe' exhibition, featuring wildlife photography by Glyn Evans, poetry by Broomgrove Juniors and children's work from art and craft classes at Duck Duck Goose at Little Bentley. For further information or...

Wild About Wivenhoe: Special Edition of Words Down The Line

By Sue Dawes Words Down The Line presents a special edition featuring 'wild poetry' from local poets and children at Broomgrove School, for the Wild About Wivenhoe festival. Biographies Lelia Ferro Lelia is an MA Creative Writing student at the University of Essex....

Words Down the Line Spring 2017: The Unexpected

By Sue Dawes The spring edition of WDTL is now at Wivenhoe station. It features writing donated by Helen Chambers, Pauline Rendall and Jonathan King and is free to take with you on your travels. The theme is the ‘unexpected’. The leaflet was edited and produced by Sue...

Married to the Marshes

By Lelia Goldsmith Married to the Marshes is a poetry and art project focused on celebrating hidden female voices in Essex and Suffolk both real and imagined, with a view to publishing a poetry anthology in late 2017. Through interviews, research, local literature,...