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July 2017
Long View Exhibition
July 21 - August 31
Grizedale Forest, Hawkshead
Ambleside, Cumbria LA22 0QJ United Kingdom

The Long View has been running since 2015 – a project focused on seven remarkably ordinary Cumbrian trees. We (Rob Fraser, photographer and Harriet Fraser, writer) have been visiting them repeatedly, in all weathers, night and day, through all four seasons. We have taken more than 350 people to the trees on public walks and as part of our work with local schools, and have strolled to them with ecologists, land managers and tree specialists as we learn more about the…

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August 2017
August 7 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Little Asby Common, Cumbria United Kingdom

An afternoon to drop by and meet Harriet and Rob and the master waller, and find out more about the work and the location. Jan Darrall, policy officer at Friends of the Lake district, will be on site to talk about Little Asby Common’s history, environment and management. The site is within a few metres of the road between Sunbiggin Tarn and the hamlet of Little Asby at the junction with the road to Mazon Wath. Grid Reference  685093.

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Kurt Jackson at the Thorn Tree. Photo: Seth Jackson
August 11 @ 10:30 am - 1:00 pm

A very rare opportunity to take part in an open air workshop with the artist Kurt Jackson in St Just, Cornwall. Listen to Kurt discuss his interaction with a single thorn tree over the course of this year in response to being artist in residence for the Woodland Trust. Meet at the Jackson Foundation in St Just at 10:30am where there will be a short minibus ride to a secret location. There will be an approximately 15minute walk along a…

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October 2017
October 13 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Ambleside Parish Centre, Vicarage Road
Ambleside, LA22 9DH United Kingdom

Rob and Harriet will be delivering this year’s Kirby Lecture, where they’ll share images, prose, poetry and film in their talk about the last three years among trees, walking alone and in the company of farmers, ecologists, artists, friends and strangers, the development of the treefolds, artworks across Cumbria and much more besides. Tickets £10 (members £5)

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