Mark Whyte presents Lost Soles

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Smallfilms talk series: Noggin the Nog

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Ann Palmer presents The Magic of the Sea

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One Life

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Art & Artists 3 with Richard Dean

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The Great Whitstable Wine Quiz With The Offy

20 April at 7.30pm: Join us for a night of wine, food, quiz questions and blind tastings! Fancy being crowned team of the night? Want to learn a little bit more about wine and drinks with friends? Get a team of up to 8 people together and join us for a fun evening



Film Matinee: One Life

Monday 22 April: The true story of Sir Nicholas Winton who leading up to World War II rescued 669 predominantly Jewish children from the Nazis. Nicky lives haunted by the fate of the children. BBC show, 'That's Life', introduces him to some surviving children, he finally begins to come to terms with his guilt and grief.


Exploring the Artist as an Agent of Social Change With Tracey Falcon

25 April - 16 May: A series of practical and conceptual, co produced sessions to create work that looks at art for social change and the artist's responsibility to society. This is a 4 week course. 



Essential paint techniques in 10 weeks With Kim O'Neil

25 April to 4 July: Explore a 10-week paint techniques art course led by acclaimed artist and paint technologist Kim O'Neil.



Our Shop supporting local creatives

See our range of cards, prints, ceramics, glassware, homeware, bags, t-shirts, accessories and craft kits for kids. Many of our products are designed and made locally and sustainably.

The Whitstable Seaside Guide commissioned by The Horsebridge is now in stock.

Art Bank accessible art materials for all

We collect unwanted arts and crafts materials (and books) and offer these on a “pay what you can basis” along with using some of the materials in Art Bank Live! sessions where you can try something new in an informal, supportive session.

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Become a FRIEND of The Horsebridge

Becoming a FRIEND not only gives you great benefits, but it really does support and benefit& us too.

With your support and donations we are able to open 6 days a week. You support us delivering youth and teen projects all year and we can provide accessible activities and community events.

Hire a room

Did you know we have rooms and spaces available for hire at incredibly reasonable rates at the centre?

Whether you are looking for a one-to-one meeting space, a creative space for workshops and demonstrations or somewhere to take the team away for the day we have spaces that can fit up to 220 people. You can also hire multiple rooms to create break out spaces at different times of the day.

Better still we are in a fantastic location right by the sea and in the heart of Whitstable. A chance for a working from home team to meet up and work together?

Prices start from £15 an hour, and you can hire as a one off or make regular bookings. We have facilities you'd expect like WiFi and our team can make sure the room furniture is setup before you arrive.

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Your support has made so many of our past events, projects and everyday activities possible. Projects like the 2022 Jubilee community celebrations and ongoing Art Bank along with our regular activities like Young Makers Club and volunteer sessions are only possible because of the donations we receive and regular support of our amazing Friends.

Text Donate

Did you know you can support our work right now from your phone? Just text WEBGIVE and the amount to 70085.

To donate £5 text WEBGIVE 5 to 70085.

This costs your donation amount  plus a standard rate message.

Become a Friend

Join our Friends scheme and not only are you supporting our work, but you also get benefits including discounts in our shop and the Whitstable Produce Store on Harbour Street cafe menu. From just £25 for an individual per year.

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