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Maldon Embroidery

Celebrating a thousand years of Maldon history

Welcome to the Maeldune Heritage Centre.

 

2017  OPENING HOURS:

 

 

WE ARE OPEN..

 

TUESDAY - SATURDAY, 11AM TO 4PM

 

ADMISSION IS FREE - WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU!

 

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Spring is on the way at The Maeldune Heritage Centre!

After our annual Winter ‘wash-and-brush-up’ we opened our doors again on 15th February so that you can enjoy the famous Maldon Embroidery – which celebrates and portrays in vivid and colourful detail 1000 years of Maldon’s eventful life, starting from the historic Battle of Maldon in 991.  

We are delighted to present our latest exhibition by Maldon Artist Natalie Huntsman.  Natalie creates beautiful and unusual artworks from sometimes the most unlikely of found materials ( and using the techniques of Graffiti Art in a totally new way.

 

PLEASE SEE OUR ‘CURRENT EXHIBITION’ PAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION.  

Also - our Craft Gift Shop is full of lovely, fresh new stock and our regular displays continue -  from The Maldon Society Archive and the Maldon Archaeological and Historical Group.

 

 

 

 

 

 

FREE EVENT!    Presenting: Words from the Edge and other Drosscapes.

25th March 2017; 5pm till 7pm.

Photographer Alan Hockett and Poet Judith Wolton offer a presentation in words and images of work arising from their interest in where they live, its changes, dereliction and re-enchantment.  Alan and Judith’s work is inspired by their love of the Essex landscape.

Alan uses his artistic practice to explore the marginal landscapes. These are areas that, with industrial decline, have fallen into disuse and dereliction and are now slowly being reclaimed by the forces of nature.

Judith’s poetry arises out of her contemplation of coastal margins, marshlands and estuaries –using the idea of life on the edge. She was inspired by the mysterious qualities of Alan’s images to write responses to them.

All welcome – Admission Free.

 

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