We are delighted to announce that the new artworks created for the church by local artists as part of the Pathways to the Past project have been recognised by inclusion within the fringe programme of the prestigious and well-regarded Folkestone Triennial, now in its fifth year. The Triennial has an international standing as the largest … Continue reading Pathways art joins the Folkestone Triennial Fringe
Almost exactly two years ago, we kicked off our summer of archaeology in the church yard with re-enactment group Ost Centingas who camped on Tayne Field over a weekend. As the Pathways to the Past project draws to a close this weekend, Ost Centingas are returning, this year, joining with East Sussex-based Haestingas to create … Continue reading The Anglo-Saxons are coming (again!)
We have been delighted by the response to the launch of the Royal Saxon Way. We have had nothing but positive comments about the deep pleasure gained from walking the route and the varied sea, river and landscape to be enjoyed along the way. People have also responded well to the idea that a number … Continue reading What is Saxon about the Royal Saxon Way?