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Upcoming Events

Walk and Talk with Edwin Stolk
6th, 7th & 8th April, 1-2 pm

We would like to invite you to join our resident artist Edwin Stolk for a ‘Walk and Talk’ on the 6th, 7th and 8th April across selected landmarks in the town, including The Old Cinema,  Hundred StoneNew Town and Wyndham Hill.  An opportunity to know more about the local history and hidden stories of Yeovil.  We particularly welcome local history groups / historians and students to join us!  

6 April – walk & talk to Hundred of Stone
http://themakingofamomentum.tumblr.com/hundredofstone
7 April – walk & talk to The former Odeon Theatre
http://themakingofamomentum.tumblr.com/odeontheatre
8 April – Newtown – Wyndham hill
http://themakingofamomentum.tumblr.com/newtown

FREE event, suitable for all ages. Please make sure you have suitable foot wear and clothing for the weather. Meet at 1pm at Eastville Project Space BA21 4JDEach walk is about 1 hr and will end in a town centre location. 

To Book and for more information: info@eastvilleproject.org.uk

About Edwin’s project, please visit https://eastvilleproject.org.uk/2016/03/16/micro-residency-edwin-stolk/

Artist Talk and Sharing Event
Saturday 9th April 2-4pm

Join us to explore the history of Yeovil, meet our resident artists and share your views.  During the event, artists Edwin Stolk and Jon England will present their projects and findings during their residency in Eastville; plus a talk by guest speaker Bob Osborn, author of The A to Z of Yeovil’s History website.

FREE Event, welcome all ages.

To Book and for further information: info@eastvilleproject.org.uk

 

Links: 

Micro-Residency: Jon England

Micro-Residency: Edwin Stolk

 

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