Current Exhibition


19th – 30th September 

Herd of the Hospice? is a major, free, public art installation and the first of its kind in the area. Hospice in the Weald, filled Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells, Sevenoaks and the surrounding areas with life sized horses designed and decorated by local artists and generously sponsored by local businesses.

As part of the campaign 30 ponies were also designed and decorated by local schools.

Come and see a selection of the ponies exhibiting at

The Sevenoaks Kaleidoscope Gallery from 19th – 30th September

 and then all the ponies will be joining the full Herd at

The exhibition in Royal Victoria Place Tunbridge Wells from 2- 13th October.

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Students of the participating schools have let their imagination run free to create unique designs inspired by young minds.



Forget me Nots and other flowers of the Weald by Hilden Grange Preparitory school

As part of this pony project, schools have been organising fundraising activities to help Hospice in the Weald raise the vital funds they need to continue to support patients with a terminal illness, their families and carers.

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‘Trojan Pony’ Complete with wheels and soldiers.  The Bricklehurst Manor School

In Sevenoaks from Herd of The Hospice? we had  Hedgerow, Joseph and Jockey. While at The Vine, How many Times can a Man Turn his Head? was exchanging with ‘Invicta’

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