Stitching lives together

Not the usual stitch ‘n bitch, but in the same tradition of women getting together and producing wonderful handicrafts while enjoying each others’ company – this is a great project.

“This is a great chance for people to polish up embroidery skills and to learn about different cultures and faiths at the same time,” says Bridging Arts director Susan Roberts. “It’s a way of forging new friendships and making connections that you might never have dreamed of.”

The project has already started, but if you’re female and live or work in Brent, contact Susan and see if there are any spare places.

Bridging Arts are also running inter cultural projects in other parts of London.

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