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The money raised will go towards providing immediate practical help to people who are hungry, homeless and vulnerable in the Bath area and offering long-term opportunities for them to rebuild their lives.” Bath Abbey has teamed up with Three Ways School in Bath and Stitch Friday, a needlework group from St John’s Foundation, to create special artwork that will go on display in the Abbey later this month.Inspired by the service of Holy Communion, the artwork represents an altar frontal that will be installed on construction hoardings inside the Abbey as part of the Footprint project.
They really understood what the Abbey represents, and we hope people enjoy the wonderful artwork they’ve produced.Ollie Taylor, Head of Interpretation, Learning and Engagement at Bath Abbey, said: “Footprint is very much a project with people at its heart.We’re so grateful to the St John’s stitching group, the artist, Stephen Magrath, and the pupils from Three Ways for their hard work and creativity. As part of Footprint, we’ll have new learning and discovery spaces that will provide us with even more opportunities where we can work closely with schools and local community groups.” Jill Perry, leader of the Stitch Friday group said: “We were delighted to have this opportunity to work with the Abbey and for our work to be seen by the thousands of people who visit.I’m so proud of our combined efforts, both the students and my fellow stitchers have really worked hard on our different pieces to create something that’s bright, colourful and eye-catching but is also meaningful, and we can’t wait to see it all come together.” In addition to artwork inside the church, the external hoardings surrounding the Abbey will be decorated with artwork by local schools.The hoardings will also feature information and colourful graphics about the Footprint project including a series of characters from the Abbey’s past introducing the new spaces and facilities that the project will create.
The team from Dave Talbot Adventure Events which operated the abseil were brilliant, as were the abseilers themselves.