Funding boost

Woollen lines are set to grow as I have just heard that my funding application to the Sustainable Development Fund has been approved. This is a tremendous boost and will enable a whole range of things to happen as well as indicating support to other funding bodies.

One of the first events that this funding will support is a guided walk during the Hay Festival. The walk, led by Clive Eiles from the Brecon Beacons Park Society from the Gospel Pass over to Pen Trumau to meet with artists on the Woollen lines will be followed by tea and discussion  at the Myndd Ddu tearooms and coach ride back to Hay. For more details please look at:

http://www.breconbeaconsparksociety.org/walks/guided-walks/june-2012

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5 Responses to Funding boost

  1. Lane says:

    Congrats Pip, nice to meet you and do send info about September thing a little nearer the time… cheers, Lane

    • caerhendre says:

      Good to meet you too, I trust that you enjoyed the Welsh Group exhibition. I thought the Museum in Llandrindod wells was delightful and that the show had been beautifully hung.

      I will post all dates of events on the woollen line on this blog but just for information confirmed dates include a guided walk from the Gospel Pass near Hay, on 7th June and three days of installing wool September 6th, 7th and 8th (details nearer the time). There will be other events including seed collection and net making but as yet I have not fixed any dates. Hopefully we will meet again!

  2. Lane says:

    I put my pictures from the show on my blog today – sadly I could not find a pic of you but have linked instead!
    Lane x
    http://lane7.wordpress.com/2012/05/19/art-in-wales-on-walls-and-on-a-mountain/

    • caerhendre says:

      Hi Lane, thanks for the link through your blog, photos looked like you enjoyed the hospitality!
      Do encourage all friends and relations to come on the Hay Festival walk especially as we also need to collect seed that day.

  3. Hi Pip,
    Thanks for bringing your project to the National Park Authority offices today.
    I’d love to promote what you’re doing on Open Farm Sunday (17 June) at Court Farm in the Llanthony Valley and get children and adults in making more sausages.
    Thanks for the wool and string already received.
    A box of your Bog-Mawnog leaflets to take with me would also be a great addition.
    Best wishes
    Trish

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