Resident crafters support Warrington's Rainbow Project
Keate House residents were delighted to see their craft work on display outside the Town Hall in Warrington in July; some of the ladies knitted colourful chains and flowers to add to the Project Rainbow which was showcased on the Town Hall steps behind the Golden Gates.
As well as Keate House residents, also among those who contributed were Crafters from Lymm, St. Elphin’s and Whitecross, Westy Friendship Group, Friends of Lymm Library, Loving Hands and HMP Risley.
The display included bees and mini jelly baby people as well as flowers which were knitted, crocheted and created from paper and other materials.
On what would have been Warrington Walking Day representatives from the craft groups visited the Town Hall to see the finished result of this fantastic rainbow.
Local Councillor Jean Flaherty commented: "Creating this shared piece of work has given purpose, activity and some safely-distanced social interaction, helping us all to cope with the difficulties which have had to be endured through the pandemic. Thank you to them all for their wonderful work and dedication”.
Images used by courtesy of The Warrington Guardian