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Trawler

Trawler is a quarterly publication that sprang forth from the Thames Estuary in 2015. Self-funded with all the content written, illustrated, photographed and designed by volunteers Trawler is a unique publication that captures the spirit of the curious folk that reside along this stretch of water.

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RIOT GRRLS

By Ray Morgan December 1, 2016

We meet Fanny von Beaverhausen, aka Ruth Hazel, and learn about riot grrl punk band T-Bitch. The band is about having fun, keeping things simple; we're politically and socially aware so also address important issues, but in our own special way!

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DEAN CHALKLEY: A WAY OF LIFE

By Jo Overfield November 28, 2016

Dean Chalkley, a photographer and film maker, grew up in Southend-on-Sea.  After training to be a tailor, he studied photography in Blackpool, shooting for Dazed and Confused magazine whilst still at college.  His love of music and culture continues through his work today; for record companies, different publications and fashion brands.

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TRAWLER x SUNDOWN Review

By Liam Jefferies November 18, 2016

Last Friday, I had the joy of attending the launch of TRAWLER paper, guest edited by Ray Morgan.

Read More Tagged in: Art, Review, Trawler Event

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#SOUTHEND
Focal Point Gallery
Utopia Coffee
South Records
The Railway

#WESTCLIFF
Anke's Tea Room | Dungeons Cafe

#LEIGH
Oaktree Market | Millie's Deli
Made @ 94 | Tesoro
Scott & Stapleton
Francesca Maffeo Gallery Squeeze | Leigh Community
entre | Leigh Library
Barlow & Fields | Atelier Gallery
Uptomen | Leigh Bagel Bar
Faux | Oasis | Dhurra
Store Thirty3
Store / LOS Doughnuts
Went to Market | Cake Bar (Leigh Book Shop)

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