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Why a Salt Marsh?

A wander through Swalecliffe in Kent engaging with the landscape, through performance and poetry. A collaboration between science and poetry guided by Andean indigenous Quechua culture offering a way of connecting with each other and the environment.
We are grateful to have this walk funded through #Port with Art Walk Porty.

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2022-08-08 09:00
2022-08-08 09:00

Hosted by: Wild about Whitstable

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To wear down a heel so that the boot or shoe is mis-shapen, as in “The heels on his boots were squoiled down.” from the Dictionary of Newfoundland English (University of Toronto Press, 1982).

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