Making, sharing talking and giving: Last week in the stall

The stall is getting busier by the week, with lots of people coming by to make things, chat, share their creative skills and donate to our Bradford Metropolitan Foodbank donations box.

We are really delighted to have so many visitors and so many different kinds of people getting involved and getting to know each other.

Here’s just some of the things people did in the stall last week.

David Cameron, by Graham Binns

David Cameron, by Graham Binns

Local artist Bernie Perfitt came on Thursday to do kids art sessions. They were a big hit, and she has kindly offered to come every Thursday.

Local artist Bernie Perfitt
came on Thursday to do kids art sessions. They were a big hit, and she has kindly offered to come every Thursday.

kids pastelling

Kids doing painting and pastelling with Bernie

Kids doing painting and pastelling with Bernie

Regular visitor Ian made this thoughtful piece

Regular visitor Ian made this thoughtful piece

Aysha and her sister dropped in - their parents run a stall in the market. Aysha made this great page for our collective zine

Aysha and her sister dropped in – their parents run a stall in the market. Aysha made this great page for our collective zine

Ann Marie is making a zine about her experiences as a disabled person and the barriers she  faces in people's attitudes and getting around.

Ann Marie is making a zine about her experiences as a disabled person and the barriers she faces in people’s attitudes and getting around.

Our Bradford Met Foodbank donations box is filling up but we need more donations!

Our Bradford Met Foodbank donations box is filling up but we need more donations!

busy stall

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