Join Cabasa Carnival Arts and Cheshire Dance to create ‘Flags for Hope’ at Winsford Library. Come along to a FREE visual arts workshop to share experiences of the pandemic and the heroes who stepped up to support others.
Head to Winsford Library on the 22nd January and share your tales of the area, its people and its heroes. These stories will be translated into 4 beautiful flags to be displayed in the town centre.
All art materials will be provided – everyone welcome.
Drop in from 10am – 4pm at Winsford Library
Celebrating Winsford town, its people and the local heroes who stepped up to support others during the Covid-19 pandemic.
An adventure through the arts; a free festival dance performances, live bands, percussion parades, creative workshops, a Cine Window installation, great food & drink… and a fantastic vibe!
Cheshire West and Chester Council is committed to celebrating diversity and promoting equality in everything it does, to improve the quality of life for everyone living, working and visiting Cheshire West and Chester.
Customer Service Centres, 1 The Arcade, Northwich
Cheshire West and Chester Libraries offer a range of activities and resources to help people lead happier and healthier lives. Its activities connect with the Five Ways to Wellbeing, which is a great way for everyone to make positive changes to their health, and the way they feel about themselves
Various locations across Cheshire
Cabasa is a carnival arts organisation which brings all people together to create big, bold and beautiful outdoor events that capture the joy of being part of a community.
The Vale, Micklehurst Road Mossley OL5 9JL
Winsford is made up of three parishes; Over, St Chads, and Wharton. These ancient parishes were combined to form Winsford in the 19th century.
Winsford Town Council, Wyvern House, Winsford
Winsfor Cross Shopping Centre, Dene Dr, Winsford CW7 1AS