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Colourful display by members of Borderland Voices in Leek

By Leek Post and Times  |  Posted: June 16, 2014

  • Pauline Heathcote with her work.

  • Pictured is group member Pauline Heathcote with her work.

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A SIX week project at a creative workshop venue has culminated in a colourful display of art.

The 'Good Ship Me' project, which was led by local artist Ruby Sufi at Leek's Borderland Voices, has culminated with a display of the participants completed creations.

Andy Collins, of Borderland Voices, said: "This art and writing project, which was funded by Lloyds TSB, was based on felt making. It started with a day out at Rudyard Lake. The project was all to do with allowing people to think about the things that put wind in their sails as well as the things that weighed them down."

The 'Good Ship Me' boats are now on display in the window of the Borderland Voices venue at 57 Queens Drive in Leek. To find out more about Borderland Voices in Leek call 01538 528708.

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