Local textile group Stitch ‘n’ Time has created some special ‘global’ themed bunting for SCOREscotland.
The bunting was created when SCOREscotland decided they wanted something special to decorate the Corn Exchange at their upcoming West Edinburgh Inter-cultural celebration. The final design for the bunting has a world map split into different sections with “welcome” stitched in to it. Stitch ‘n’ Time felt that this kept with the multicultural theme and would fit well at the event on the 30 January 2016.
Stitch ‘n’ Time, which is based at the WHALE Arts Centre have created a series of textile displays for local organisations. After finding out about Dads Rock and seeing the work they do, Stitch ‘n’ Time decided they wanted to support the group and working with the West Edinburgh Timebank created a Princess and the Pea display to help with story telling sessions. They have also worked with Clovenstone House, the Calders Community Garden and some of the childrens’ groups at WHALE.
Strengthening Communities for Race Equality Scotland (SCOREscotland) is a voluntary organisation serving the minority ethnic communities in the West of Edinburgh. The organisation strives to eliminate racism in our society by working for and with those who are affected by racial discrimination. For more information visit their website.
If you would like to see the bunting in person the West Edinburgh Inter-cultural celebration is organised by SCOREscotland, Prospect Community Housing and Wester Hailes Health Agency and promises to be a lot of fun with music, food and entertainment for all ages.
The event is free but booking is essential, to make sure you get a ticket contact SCOREscotland on 0131 442 2341 or email@example.com.