Mythology, Ecology, Embroidery with Becca Rauer
Folklore, mythology and storytelling have been used for centuries to influence behaviour and instil morals in children and adults. Many of these powerful stories include environmental conservation messages that continue to influence policy today. Becca’s embroidery workshop will explore how folklore can help shape attitudes towards green spaces, inviting you to share stories and knowledge to inspire original embroidered artworks.
Becca invites sewers and crafters of all experience and levels to take part in this session and will be on hand to offer tips and share skills with those less confident. She has been commissioned by Heart of Glass as part of Prototype Projects 2023.
Part of A Sense of Green.
We aim to create safe, welcoming and accessible spaces for all.
If you'd like to discuss your access needs, please get in touch by contacting Heart of Glass via firstname.lastname@example.org or call Anna on 07529224271.
Access information for Halewood Triangle Park Environment Centre:
Ground level with flat access
Accessible toilet on site
Find out more about on-site disability access
The main entrance to Halewood Park is on Okell Drive. There are several other local pedestrian entrances on Higher Road, Abberley Road, Stanford Crescent, Hollies Road and Lydiate Lane
Car parking available next door to the centre
Safe cycle routes via the Trans Pennine Trail runs through Halewood Park. Cycle stands are available outside the Environment Centre
Halewood Park is adjacent to Halewood Train Station on Hollies Road. Leave the station and cross Hollies Road and enter the Park through the pathway adjacent to the primary school
A number of buses stop outside Halewood Park
Contact Traveline on 0871 200 22 33 for times of buses and trains or visit the Traveline website
Saturday 14th October | 10.30am - 12.30pm | Halewood Park Environment Centre, Knowsley Booking required.
Halewood Park Environment Centre, Okell Drive, Knowsley, Merseyside L26 7XB
Sat 14 October