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Wanderings Workshop Day

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Feltham Library, High Street, Feltham, UK

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17 Sep, 2022 · All day
FREE

A day of inspiring talks, artist’s walks and creative activities to celebrate the launch of our brand-new exhibition Wanderings which opens this September at Feltham Library.

This is an opportunity to hear from the artists involved in the exhibition, go on an artist-led walk in the Feltham area, and see how local history resources can be used in creative ways.

There will be a chance to share thoughts and ideas over lunch at this celebration of the rich history and geography of the London Borough of Hounslow

This free event is suitable for everyone aged 16+ (please book your free ticket using the link)
A light lunch will be provided (donations towards lunch welcome)

Near Feltham Library, High Street, Feltham, UK

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