- Clearing Spaces a Project Made Possible by Rachael...
- Celebrating Our Senses - Mindfulness and Wellbeing Walks
- Marking Our Tracks - Further Afield - Songs For Quiet Steps - Empty Church Walks
- Singing Ringing
- Marking A Fine Line Mosaic Way Marker Project 2012 / 2013
- New Vistas / Wider Horizons, October 2011
- Back to Books and Invisible Threads
- Tara Badcock's Invisible Threads
- Carole Miles's Invisible Threads
Sunday, 31 May 2015
Lucy introduced us to baby Woody!
We all had the chance to care for some lambs.
We were busy baking.
In the raised beds leafy greens were springing up.
new potatoes were growing quietly under ground.
We can't wait to eat them!
The Sunflowers were planted out.
and Spring flowers put on a great show
You can see more of May here
Thursday, 21 May 2015
A lovely box of threads, a room full of chatter
during our May session at KBA
where artist Phiona Richards had the group
in stitches as she showed participants
how to design and make
a beautiful felt bookmark.
You can read Phiona's lovely Blog about the session here
and view the whole photo set here.
Image above courtesy of Phiona Rhichards
Thursday, 14 May 2015
Sunday, 10 May 2015
Carole set up her stall outside The Mollie
during the Green Patch Open Day
doing a speed craft activity
using felt and fabric scraps, sequins and stick on gems.
There were stalls, plants on sale, tea and cakes,
reptiles, goats, lambs, free compost and advice on
water, composting, growing, volunteering.
We were joined by friends from The Resource Centre
Many people were surprised to find out more
about The Green Patch having walked
past but never visited before.
"The Green Patch has been shortlisted for the Jewson's Building Better Communities Fund! Please go on to their facebook page and "like" our project to cast your vote - if we win then we can fund a new building for our volunteers and service users!" Alison Phillips, Groundworks. What ever the weather, The Green Patch is a wonderful, life enhancing space for the local community. Please vote for them and come and visit soon!