Creative practice can bring our experiences of history, people and place alive in refreshing and original ways. I love this contribution about Sarah Rae Redrup, and her response to the powerful women shaping our past and present on the Isle of Wight. Fun, truly imaginative and thought-provoking; bringing a different and welcome perspective to the heritage we encounter as we walk the Island’s paths.

The second story in our series inspired by walking the Isle of Wight Coastal Path. We will publish some more contributions in October to coincide with the postponed annual Isle of Wight Walking Festival, usually held in May each year.

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