are pleased to announce
The National Trust property, Rainham Hall
is now open to the public
where you can visit and see work made by the Group
"with the compliments of John Harle"
Sunday 11th October 11am-3pm
(organised by The National Trust)
Meet The Material Girls with a community project to share
This is the group I am a Member of, we've been eagerly awaiting being able to share with everyone the work we have made for this venue.
Looking back in my notebook, earliest written notation I have, dates back to June 2013, but I am sure this was mooted long before that.
Take a look at this article from the National Trust's own website.
You can also use BBC iPlayer, search for BBC London News on 7th October and approx 15 minutes in you will see an item on the Hall.
One amongst many articles which are being published at this time, here.
The Girls have undertaken extensive research, adorned hard hats and his vis jackets, and have been involved with this project from its earliest days, earning their position as Creative Partners with the National Trust.
Our research projects cover all sorts of aspects of Georgian life, from shoes, to gardens, documents to decor, trade to leisure.
What you will be able to see is only part of our work, there is a lot more ready and waiting to be shared.
If you cannot come along on Sunday, Rainham Hall current seasonal opening times: Wednesday to Sunday, 10am-5pm (admission charges apply)
The gardens and cafe are free to access and open 10am-5pm daily. (check before travelling)
Situated at The Broadway, Rainham, RM13 6YN