Click on the image to see a short film made from our visit to see our new book 'Print in Thanet' being printed by En Route
A new book celebrates the Isle of Thanet’s lost printing industry, through the stories of just three of over one hundred printing businesses once based in the area
The images show some of the workshops and events we delivered as part of our Print Works project as we researched, explored, sorted and organised the Thanet Press and Martell Press archives.
Due to restrictions as a result of the Covid 19 Pandemic we are unable to have a printed copy of the trail available for visitors while walking around the museum. As a result there will be a large version available at the Museum reception to photograph and view via your phone or you can download … Continue reading Paper Trail Exhibition – Download the exhibition information
One of my earliest memories is of sucking my thumb while cradling a piece of Royal blue silk to my nose, breathing its exotic mustiness. I wouldn’t sleep without it and clung on until it was a tiny shred of its former self. The former self being a large, men’s handkerchief fashioned from World War … Continue reading Paper Trail: Ruth Geldard
On the 6th July 2018 we launched Appletye and as we approach our second anniversary we have been looking back on how and why we formed. The origins of Appletye can be traced back to a project called ‘From Wasteland to Wasteland’. Following a visit to the Lochnagar Crater on the Somme Battlefields in 2015 … Continue reading 07:28 1st July