55 people came along to enjoy a wonderful evening and enjoy and appreciate the art on show.
The highlight of the evening was a one night only viewing of a light installation, created by Robyn Woolston inside the cemetery grounds. Entitled "Shadow/Light", it involved the siting of 100 white lights across and around the cemetery at strategic places, giving height and depth to the space and showing it in a whole new way.
Guests enjoyed coffee and cake whilst perusing the art and photography, displayed in Kensington Methodist Church on Kensington, before moving to the cemetery at about 8pm once it was sufficiently dark enough to appreciate Robyn's work.
The exhibition will run until October 23rd and will be open in the church on Thursdays and Fridays (11am-4pm) and Sundays (1pm-4pm).
There is also a chance to see our 15 minute film about the restoration project, and to find out more about our work.
Do please call in, I shall be there on the 20th to welcome anyone who would like to talk about any aspect of the cemetery restoration project.
Many thanks to Lisa Shearwood-Vingoe and all at Riverside Housing for their support for the exhibition - and for the photographs!
And a huge thank you to everyone on the committee and to our two members of staff for all their hard work in bringing this art and heritage event to Kensington.