Discovery Fellowship for Hadlow student

PUBLISHED: 15:26 27 February 2012 | UPDATED: 21:06 20 February 2013

Discovery Fellowship for Hadlow student

Discovery Fellowship for Hadlow student

A student at Hadlow College has been awarded the first Thanet Earth Discovery Fellowship at the college's Rural Regeneration Centre.

Kent Life was delighted to sponsor the second exhibition of Syn at The Grand, the worlds largest celebration of Kentish author Russell Thorndikes sinister creation Dr Syn, depicted in dramatic art form by Kent artist Terry Anthony. A personal project of general manager Robert Richardson, the event raised more than 500 for local charity the Folkestone Homeless Shelter. It was opened by Chris Kirkham of Discover Folkestone, and guests enjoyed Champagne and canaps at the Private View, which was attended by the artist himself. Live music was provided by The Bedlam Boys.


IMAGES: Bob Black

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