MAKE A BANNER OR A RIBBON STORY TO CARRY IN THE TEXTILE BANNER PARADE ON SUNDAY 16 JUNE AT 2PM
MAKE A BANNER
Join Edgelands Arts as they use silk painting to create a unique banner depicting the landscape of the Holme Valley which will be used during the Holmfirth Arts Festival Parade 2019 and displayed locally after the event. This is a free to attend event with all materials and expert tuition provided. No experience necessary. All ages welcome. Children should be accompanied by an adult.
Thursday 30th May 11am - 3pm Drop in Brockholes Village Hall Brockholes Lane, Brockholes, HD9 7EB
Friday 31st May 6pm - 8pm Drop in Hepworth Village Hall Towngate, Hepworth, HD9 1TE
Friday 7th June 4pm - 6pm Drop in Wooldale Community Centre Robert Lane, Holmfirth, HD9 1XZ
Banner making sessions are also taking place with the following groups:
Square Peg at St David's Church, Holmbridge 2pm-4pm, Friday 31 May
Holmfirth Arts Festival Supporters, Holmfirth Market 10am-3.30pm, Monday 3rd June
Netherthong Primary School, 9:30am - 12pm & 1pm - 3pm, Thursday 6th June
Meltham Moor Primary School, 9:30am - 12pm & 1pm - 3pm, Monday 10th June
MAKE A RIBBON STORY
Join Edgelands Arts as they use multiple lengths of decorative ribbon to create a unique river of stories to weave through the town on parade day. Write and draw about yourself and your community and add your stories to the 2019 parade. This is a free to attend event with all materials and expert tuition provided. All ages welcome. Children should be accompanied by an adult.
Saturday 8th June 2019 10:00am - 3:00pm Drop in Holmfirth Indoor Market (Upstairs) Huddersfield Road, Holmfirth, HD9 3JH
Friday 14th June 3pm - 6pm Drop in Holmfirth Indoor Market (Upstairs) Huddersfield Road, Holmfirth, HD9 3JH
CARRY YOUR GROUP'S OWN BANNER
If your group already has a banner, please contact Charlie Wells at , to arrange for your group to carry it in the parade.
SCRAPtastic POSTCARDS by fairandfunky
Inspired by Bamforth & Co, Holmfirth's famous saucy seaside postcard company, fairandfunky are working with several primary schools creating giant postcards made from recycled materials to be displayed in shop windows across Holmfirth during the festival.
Look out for these ‘picture perfect’ scenes reflecting the landscape of the Holme Valley – the hills, the mills and the River Holme which aim to encourage people to think about the beauty of our local natural environment and how we can all take action to protect our landscape.
fairandfunky are working with the following schools:
Hepworth Junior SchoolThursday 23rd May – am
Kirkroyds Infant School Thursday 23rd May – pm
Meltham CE School Thursday 6th June – am
Holmfirth J&I School Monday 10th June – am (NABB)
Upperthong J&I School Monday 10th June – pm