Drawing Workshop at University Centre Folkestone

PUBLISHED: 16:24 18 July 2012 | UPDATED: 21:38 20 February 2013

A Dickens-themed drawing with charcoal workshop on 25 July is free to the first six applicants. Book now!

A Drawing Workshop at University Centre Folkestone


Pavement Pounders Community Interest Company


The Glassworks, Mill Bay, CT20 1JG


Wednesday 25th July 2012


12.30 to 16.30pm


2012 is the 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Dickens. Following on from our guided walk on the authors birthday in FebruaryPavement Pundersare running a Dickens-themed drawing with charcoal workshop. The session will begin with a slide show and possibly short readings from the novels


Thanks to a small grant From Folkestone Town Council we can offer this workshop free to the first six applicants. All levels and abilities welcome. Book now, free places going fast.


To book and for more information speak to David or Maryanne on 0750 5813297 and or e-mail pavementpounders@gmail.com



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