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An illustrated talk by
Stephen Broadbent

We are delighted to welcome Stephen Broadbent to our Church Supper evening.

Stephen has been completing work in the public realm for over 25 years and is now valued as an artist, consultant and international speaker.
His work has ranged from simple sculptural elements to overseeing extensive regeneration schemes and community projects.

You will have seen many of his works around the UK, and if you've left the M62 at Junction 11 then you have seen at least one of his pieces, entitled 'Encounter' may be you've wondered who had been the Artist — well now is your chance to meet the man behind some of these iconic community projects.

For more details of his work take a look at his website here

Saturday 14th January 2017
7:00pm
Culcheth Methodit Church
Ellesemere Road, Culcheth
Tickets £5 in advance by calling 01925 764179

Don't miss this wonderful opportunity.

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