The Wrotham Arts Festival is held in the ancient Church in this historic village. The original building is over 800 years old and still stands as part of an augmented structure that dominates the village a couple of hundred years away is Pilgrims Way, part of the historic route to Canterbury.
Fiona Scott-Wilson is exhibiting 8 new works at the Wrotham Art Festival from May 8th to May 10th at St George Church, Wrotham, along with sixty selected local artists. At the opening of the festival Mayor of Tonbridge and Malling, Cnr Sasha Luck attended. She and a judge viewed the exhibition with great interest.
An awards ceremony and prizes were given including a Highly Commended for Fiona Scott-Wilson, one of five for over sixty artists. Anne Taylor won the main prize for her paintings and prizes for pottery and water colour were also awarded.
Travel to Wrotham
You can get to the village by exiting the M25 to the M26 on the road toward The Dartford Crossing, the turnoff to Wrotham is about 9 miles along that way clearly marked. Or get a train from London Victoria to Borough Green and Wrotham, then a taxi (£3.50) saves you a 30 minute walk.