Historical hangings

Bridgnorth WI Craft Group recently created a set of pieces of art with a unique Bridgnorth connection. The wall hangings have been on display at the town’s St Leonards Church and depict events in Bridgnorth’s history.

The project involved 19 members creating 16 panels with over 50 yards of hand-stitching. Each member chose her own subject and the medium she wished to use before completing her own personal interpretation of the events.


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