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Welcome . .

         . . . to the Creative Sandgate

website

For all Sandgate Creatives

These pages have been created as a place to showcase all things creative in Sandgate. From Wiki: Creativity is a phenomenon whereby something new and somehow valuable is formed. The created item may be intangible (such as an idea, a scientific theory, a musical composition, or a joke) or a physical object (such as an invention, a literary work, or a painting). Sandgate has a long association with literary people - in 1908  Jocelyn Brooke, born in 1908 on the south coast and lived in Sandgate, is known for his many books - The Military Orchid (1948) being just one. H.G. Wells (1866-1946) visiting New Romney as a sick man, chances upon Sandgate. Wells raises a family and produces 17 novels, and other stories and studies during his 12 year stay.  They include Kipps, Ann Veronica and The Sea Lady, a fantasy on Sandgate's fish-tailed temptress.  Whilst here Wells draws other literary lights to his door - George Gissing, Arnold Bennett, Anthony Hope, Sir James Barrie, G.K. Chesterton, A.E.W. Mason, John Galsworthy, Hilaire Belloc - and Fabians such as Hubert Bland, the Webbs, Graham Wallas and Bernard Shaw. Sandgate continues to be a creative hub and there are amateur writers, poets, painters, photographers and a host of other creative types living right here by the sea and as long as they live in Sandgate they are very welcome to contribute their creation to this website.

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“The thing that makes a creative person is to be creative and that is all there is to it.”                    Edward Albee
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Creative Sandgate

Welcome . .

         . . . to the Creative Sandgate website

For all Sandgate Creatives

These pages have been created as a place to showcase all things creative in Sandgate. From Wiki: Creativity is a phenomenon whereby something new and somehow valuable is formed. The created item may be intangible (such as an idea, a scientific theory, a musical composition, or a joke) or a physical object (such as an invention, a literary work, or a painting). Sandgate has a long association with literary people - in 1908  Jocelyn Brooke, born in 1908 on the south coast and lived in Sandgate, is known for his many books - The Military Orchid (1948) being just one. H.G. Wells (1866-1946) visiting New Romney as a sick man, chances upon Sandgate. Wells raises a family and produces 17 novels, and other stories and studies during his 12 year stay.  They include Kipps, Ann Veronica and The Sea Lady, a fantasy on Sandgate's fish-tailed temptress.  Whilst here Wells draws other literary lights to his door - George Gissing, Arnold Bennett, Anthony Hope, Sir James Barrie, G.K. Chesterton, A.E.W. Mason, John Galsworthy, Hilaire Belloc - and Fabians such as Hubert Bland, the Webbs, Graham Wallas and Bernard Shaw. Sandgate continues to be a creative hub and there are amateur writers, poets, painters, photographers and a host of other creative types living right here by the sea and as long as they live in Sandgate they are very welcome to contribute their creation to this website.

Quote

“The thing that makes a creative person is to be creative and that is all there is to it.”                    Edward Albee