As part of Heritage Open Days this year, we’re running a Crafternoon at Wisbech General Cemetery. Produced by award-winning activist and founder of the Craftivist Collective, Sarah Corbett, ‘Dare to Dream’ explores the stories of those who have affected positive change in their community by dreaming of a brighter future, and asks what we can do to keep moving things forward. At the workshop, we can research the local heroes, and, prompted by ‘crafterthoughts’, consider what we can do to achieve our dreams for the future. Each workshop will centre around crafting your own dream cloud, stitching your positive message on it to share with the community or take home as your own quiet encouragement.
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Join us on Saturday 14th September at the Chapel, North End (Next to Asda), 2-4pm – booking preferred, but feel free to drop by. Activity could take 30 minutes or two hours, it’s up to you. Refreshments provided.
A video to show you more about the idea can be seen here
look at some of the work that was created!