Category Archives: The Movie

Visions in West Faversham

The Visions of a Creek film will be shown again at the West Faversham Community Centre in Bysing Wood Road, on Friday 7 June at 2pm – free entry, all welcome. Tea and coffee will be available and there will be an opportunity for discussion afterwards. Come and see the film, then go to the “illustrations exhibition” at the Alexander Centre (7 June, 7-9pm and 8 June 10am-4pm) and see how the Neighbourhood Plan is coming along.

Visions at The Brents

The film Visions of a Creek was shown again at the Brents Tavern on 21 May. Very pleased to see the Mayor and deputy Mayor, Councillors Simmons and Kay, together with local Councillors Jane Hawkins and Andy Culham, joining residents in the audience and discussing issues raised in the bar afterwards. Many thanks to hosts Angie and Clive for the opportunity to bring the film to the Brents side of the creek. There will be another showing at the West Faversham Community Centre, date to be announced soon – watch this space!

Another chance to see …

The Visions of a Creek film will be shown again at the Brents Tavern, Upper Brents, Faversham, on Tuesday 21 May at 7:30pm. Many thanks to Angie and Clive Simmons for providing the venue. As before, entry is free (though we’re sure that Angie and Clive won’t mind if filmgoers buy a drink …). It is hoped there will be opportunities for discussion afterwards, if anyone wants to talk about the issues raised in the film.