Chance to catch up with arts campaign in South Holland

Transported Arts engagement manager Kristina Taylor, Tim Machin and Tony Button from Long Sutton Civic Society with artist Robyn Woolston at the unveiling of the Long Sutton Common Pit project.  Photo by Tim Wilson.
Transported Arts engagement manager Kristina Taylor, Tim Machin and Tony Button from Long Sutton Civic Society with artist Robyn Woolston at the unveiling of the Long Sutton Common Pit project. Photo by Tim Wilson.
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People in South Holland and villages south of Boston can find out about the next phase of an arts project for the area next week.

Transported Arts is hosting an update meeting at South Holland Centre, Spalding, on Wednesday, April 22 at 5.30pm.

The meeting comes as the project enters its third year, with live theatre, workshops and public events planned for the South Holland and Boston Borough Council areas.

Nick Jones, programme director for Transported, said: “We are busy working on lots of dynamic and exciting projects across the area, so this is the perfect opportunity to find out what’s happening and how you can be involved.

“But we also want to hear from people about ideas for what they would like to see in the future so that we can do whatever we can to point people in the right direction going forward.”