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murston heArt project

About the  murston heArt project

Murston Church

Murston All Saints Trust (MAST) is working with the local community to shape a new future for Murston Old Church and its churchyard. Our vision is to bring back this beautiful medieval church in its green oasis on the banks of Milton Creek to the heart of the community.

The medieval church currently inspires artists, the grounds are a play and learning space for children, and many local residents and workers quietly spend time here. 

Our biggest ambition is to create an arts and heritage centre on the site. This would be sensitively designed and would include artists’ workshops, a community meeting space and café. Initial work has included feasibility studies, architects’ plans and an archaeological survey of the part of the churchyard where a building could be placed. 

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What’s On

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This is a comprehensive list of our upcoming events, to which all are welcome. We recommend that you should check on the day of the event in case of any changes to the schedule.


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1 week ago

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The Murston HeArt Remembrance Tree is now installed at #Tunstall #ChristmasTreeFestival and is looking FAB along with all the other wonderful creations. Please visit.
Thank you to the organisersPlease come along to our beautiful Christmas tree festival starting this week, help spread the word by liking & sharing this post 😊
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2 weeks ago

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The Murston HeArt Remembrance Tree has been created by @Sioux Peto from the 3500 ish poppies that hung outside the Old Church which where all made by the people of Swale for the #WW1Centenaryproject.

The tree stands just under 6foot tall and is built around a drain pipe and a road cone bollard. #recycle #reduce #reuse. #waronwaste #Thankyou100 #SiouxPeto #SwaleinBloom
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