If your looking for something to occupy yourself or kids and get into the Christmas spirit why not pop along and see what #WeMadeThis have been busy doing!
What do ten schools, seven craft groups, six Rainbows, Brownies and Guide groups, four youth groups, three nurseries, three residential homes, two childminders, Hull College, the University of Hull, Trinity Market, Engage Bilton Grange, Experience Hair Salon, the Preston WI and hundreds of enthusiastic individuals of all ages have in common?
Answer: They’ve all been busy making Christmas decorations for the second edition of the #WeMadeThis Christmas trees, Christmas Trees Revisited.
From knitted stockings to felt penguins to craft foam and pompom baubles, thousands of makes will be hitting the trees of Hull and the surrounding area on Saturday 8th December, where they’ll stay until the 29th.
Tree Trail maps for Christmas Trees Revisited will be available from 8th December at Artlink, Bransholme Library, East Park Pavilion Cafe, Gipsyville Library, Hull Tourist Information (Paragon Station), Octagon Cafe, Preston Community Hall, St Philip’s (Bilton Grange), Studio No. 1 (Anlaby), Trinity Market, Willerby Library.
A digital version can be downloaded here: christmas trees revisited – map2