Tunbridge Ware: Digital Walking Trail - Amelia

Join The Amelia's Research Curator, Dr Ian Beavis, on a digital guided walking tour of Tunbridge Wells.

Stopping at six locations in the Town, Ian will tell you some fun facts about these destinations, and what their connection is to the local artform of Tunbridge Ware.

This will be launched at the weekend and free accessible as a new local heritage walking tour.

Tunbridge Ware: Digital Walking Trail
Location:
The Amelia Scott - Welcome Hall
Dates:
23 Mar 24 - 24 Mar 24
Times:

Saturday 23rd March, Available All Day
Sunday 24th March, Available All Day

Prices:

FREE

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Craft month is approaching! To celebrate, this March we will be teaming up with local and regional wood artisans and experts to offer a series of talks, workshops, activities, interactives and demonstrations at The Amelia Scott. Tunbridge Wells is known for its woodwork, specifically Tunbridge ware, which inspired the production of similar wood wares all over the globe. Even though the manufacturing of Tunbridge ware has taken a back seat, Tunbridge Wells is full of talented artisans, who produce wonderful pieces of woodwork that we will be celebrating!

Join us on the 23rd and 24th of March for a weekend packed with activities for all ages. 

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