Save the Dates for 2023
We're thrilled to announce that on Tuesday 14th March Voices Gloucester will be bringing the award winning, collaborative embroidery project The Red Dress to Gloucester! Conceived by British artist Kirstie Macleod, the project provides an artistic platform for women around the world, many of whom are vulnerable and live in poverty, to tell their personal stories through embroidery. Keep an eye on the Voices Gloucester website for more details.
Voices Gloucester Green Day
We are delighted to be rescheduling our first environmental event, Voices Gloucester Green Day to Saturday 22nd April at the Heritage Hub, to correspond with World Earth Day. Learn about the history of the Severn, and how Gloucester folk engaged with the environment in the past through films, exhibits, talks and creative activities.
Free activities for all the family include:
- Learn how to darn a sock or make a waxed food wrap - learning from the past for a more sustainable future!
- Find out about Gloucester's Anglo-Saxon residents and their use of natural remedies and relationship with the river, with with Tirnagog Heritage Education,
- The Heritage Hub will also host an exhibition and share a selection of films about the Severn, past present ...and future?
- Drop in or bring a picnic and stay for the day - this is a free event but please book to avoid disappointment
Book for Green Day
For more information visit the Voices Gloucester website