Pathways art joins the Folkestone Triennial Fringe

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

The End of the Pathways to the Past Project – a grand finale

What an absolutely super weekend we have all had! The weather was kind and there has been lots of fun for everyone. For many, the highlight was the encampment of Anglo-Saxon re-enactors on Tayne Field. Not only did we have two local groups, Ost Centingas and Haestingas, putting on a excellent joint show, but we … Continue reading The End of the Pathways to the Past Project – a grand finale

Discovering St Eadburh of Lyminge

Followers of this blog who have delved into the list of suggested reading may have downloaded my paper 'Antiquarians, Victorian Parsons and Re-writing the Past: How Lyminge Parish Church acquired an invented dedication', which was published in Archaeologia Cantiana, the journal of the Kent Archaeological Society, in 2017.  This explores how the Rector of Lyminge … Continue reading Discovering St Eadburh of Lyminge