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Folkestone Triennial Opening, 30th August, 2014

From left to right: Councillor Mrs Jennifer Hollingsbee; Viscountess De L'Isle; Lord-Lieutenant of Kent, Viscount De L'Isle; Sir Roger De Haan; Chairman of Kent County Council, Mr Peter Homewood and Mrs Susan Haydock, the Chairman's Escort,. pictured by one of the Triennial Artworks

Pictured by one of the Triennial Artworks from left to right: Councillor Mrs Jennifer Hollingsbee; Viscountess De L’Isle; Lord-Lieutenant of Kent, Viscount De L’Isle; Sir Roger De Haan; Chairman of Kent County Council, Mr Peter Homewood and Mrs Susan Haydock, the Chairman’s Escort.

The Lord-Lieutenant was pleased to be present at the launch of the Creative Foundation’s  third Triennial Exhibition entitled Lookout – an exhibition of great art at the seaside. There are 21 specially commissioned contemporary artworks placed around Folkestone, curated by Lewis Biggs. For further information on the Triennial click here.

The Creative Foundation has been working with the people of Folkestone, partners and other stakeholders to transform the town into a better place to live, work, visit and study. Over the past several years much has been achieved.  For more information on the Creative Foundation click here.

Folkestone certainly merits a visit before the Triennial ends on 2nd November and while in Folkestone do not forget to visit the Step Short Arch on The Lees.

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