Crafting the Woods at Stretton Watermill
After the success of the last two year's Woollen Woods at Stretton Watermill another exhibition is planned.
Crafters are encouraged to submit their creations to this fantastic event.
The challenge is to create something for the outdoor exhibition.
If you can crochet a ladybird, felt a fish or turn a toadstool then now is the time to contribute a crafted 'something' on the theme of 'Water and Wildlife'.
All sorts of materials and techniques are welcome.
The site will be hosting public workshop events on site on 11th and 12th May to help with ideas for works for the exhibition, which is also part of the BBC's Get Creative campaign."
The new creations will be installed on site from 20th May and on view from Saturday 25th May to Sunday 29th September.
Stretton Watermill is one of the country's best preserved demonstration water powered corn mills, in rural Cheshire.
The current mill building was started in 1630 on the footings of an earlier mill.
In 1959, Stretton's last miller retired.
The mill lay derelict for over a decade before being restored as a working museum, which opened to the public in 1977.
Today, Stretton Watermill is open from spring to autumn each year and welcomes thousands of visitors and school pupils.
Please either bring or post your creations to Kate Harland at Grosvenor Museum, 25-27 Grosvenor Street, Chester CH1 2DD by 7th May.
Please add a label / luggage tag to your piece stating:
- Your name
- Your contact details (address, email, phone number)
- What your piece is
It won't be possible to return items.
The woodlands by the car park grounds are free to visit and there is a small fee to access the rest of the site for more information visit: strettonwatermill.westcheshiremuseums.co.uk
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