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Artwork by refugees who have fled to Kent goes on display at Hazlitt Arts Centre, in Early Street, Maidstone

19 June 2014
by James Walker

An exhibition of artwork by young refugees living in Kent has opened at Maidstone’s Hazlitt Arts Centre.

Artist Simon with his work

Artist Simon with his work

The artwork being set up

The artwork being set up

Entry to the show is free. It is open from midday to 5.30pm.

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