Walk with me - a list of walks and ropes.

Walking with the Waste Land
​Walking with The Waste Land’ is a community group founded by Elspeth Penfold. The group use  walking as a research tool for locating T.S. Eliot's The Waste Land and selected other poems in Margate. The group work closely with Turner Contemporary’s Waste Land Research Group who are developing Journeys with ‘The Waste Land’ which will be on show at Turner Contemporary from 27th January – 13th May 2018
 I have invited participants on these walks to collaborate with me in the process and to take a leap of faith as we are never too sure how the walk will evolve or who will turn up on the day. On each of the walks participants have made knots in the ropes I have made for them, to record their experience of the walk.

To the Garden - a walk to the Garden Gate Community project as a part of the Chelsea Fringe

Writing Buildings -a walk created for delegates to a symposium at The University of Kent, Schools of Architecture and Literature.

A walk with the Waste Land - part of Margate Festival

A walk with Burnt Norton - part of the Fallen Leaves Festivalat the Garden Gate.

A walk for Armistice day - Introducing participants from Mead Gallery in Coventry to the process we are using to research work for Journeys with The Waste Land at The Turner Contemporary in 2018.

Thread and Word - a walk with Espacio Gallery,  Sculpture in the city and Walking with the Waste Land on March 5th.

Let's Talk about Vivienne - A walk for POW Thanet-foregrounding Vivienne-Haigh-Eliot's life.

Please check out my blog where there are entries about each of these walks as they develop and which describes the process and ideas that emerge.

We are currently preparing for a walk with The Margate bookie in August 2017.


I hope this inspires you to join us and walk with me.