Upper Warlingham Station hosted a coffee morning with a difference on Tuesday 11 April, to celebrate the installation of a collection of artworks provided by the East Surrey Arts Society (ESAS).
East Surry Arts Society recently adopted Upper Warlingham Station (located along the Uckfield and East Grinstead Lines) and worked with the local community to give the station a vibrant makeover.
Original artworks and photographic images have been installed around the station, both within the waiting room and on the exterior of the building. The artwork on display was produced by Arts Society members from Reigate – Rosemary Bioqu, Jo Edna Corbyn, Ruth Harwood, Ian Hunter Craig, and Molly Verity.
The Arts Society is an arts education charity hosting a network of local societies, which bring people together from all backgrounds through a shared curiosity for the arts in all its forms, via talks and visual displays.
The coffee morning on Tuesday 11 April provided guests with the opportunity to chat and meet with some of the artists and representatives from the ESAS.
The project was organised jointly by Michael Beach of ESAS and Sharon Gray of Southeast Communities Rail Partnership (SCRP), and supported by Southern and GTR.
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