Let the Thread Tell the Story
An exhibition of art work and reflections exploring peace and reconciliation in the Easter story.
- Included in the exhibition:
- Embroideries on the theme of Peace and Reconciliation by Pamela Pavitt, nationally known for her commissioned work in churches and other public institutions. Made available courtesy of Westhill Endowment Trust.
- A spectacular installation of handmade paper doves, inspired by the Salisbury City of Doves project.
- Art work by local schoolchildren.
Doves take wing at Ben Rhydding Methodist Church — Story in the Ilkley Gazzette click here
Tuesday 9th to Saturday 13th April. 1pm -- 5pm
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