Thanks to a partnership with The Red House, we’re offering you and your family a chance to join professional artist, Kasia Posen, as you take in the inspiring landscape surrounding the former home of Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears in Aldeburgh.
Using found natural materials and inks, enjoy mark-making and sketching what you see, hear and experience along the way. No experience necessary.
The walk will be taken at a gentle pace and cover 1-2 miles. Refreshments will be available at the end.
Date: Saturday 18th May 2019
Time: 10am – 12.30pm (families welcome, 1 child goes free with every adult) / 2pm – 4.30pm (adults only)
Tickets: £20 (adult) / £5 (for every additional child)
Thanks to support from Suffolk County Council, all proceeds from our walk tickets will be donated to Suffolk Artlink.
Now in its 12th year, the Suffolk Walking festival (11th May to 2nd June) has established itself as one of Britain’s premier walking festivals with over 120 walks and events across our county.
The 2019 festival is going to be the most creative, imaginative and ambitious one to date. From a dawn chorus to hidden orchids, Arthur Ransome to John Constable, and from Anglo-Saxons to naval heritage, there’s even murder, myths and a little bit of magic.
For more information about the Suffolk Walking Festival and to book, visit the Suffolk Walking Festival website.