Coat of hopes is coming to Haworth

The Coat represents peoples’ hopes focusing on the climate and ecological crisis.  It is adorned with patches sewn on by people to represent their hopes for the earth and future.

You can look up the story here:

The coat will arrive on Saturday, June 29th and will rest mostly in Haworth Parish Church until the morning of July 3rd when it sets off for Hebden Bridge to continue it’s journey. We will be having some mending sessions in the church which anyone can attend and help with.

Saturday 29th June

9am – set off from Bradford Cathedral to arrive in Haworth mid afternoon. Everyone is welcome to join the walk

7pm – Prayers and Reflection service at St Michael and All Angels Church

Sunday 30th June

The Coat will be around the village from 12pm

Repair Workshop at the Church 2.30 – 4pm

Monday 1st July

Repair Workshop at the Church 2.30 – 4pm

Tuesday 2nd July

The coat will be at Liz Waddington’s yoga class 9.30 – 10.30am

Repair Workshop at the Church 11 – 12.30pm

An evening with the Coat and its makers 7:30-9pm

Wednesday 3rd July

The coat will be leaving Haworth Church in the morning, time TBA. You are more than welcome to join the walk to Hebden Bridge.

The Coat’s arrival in Haworth has been thanks to a collaboration between Rev. Oli Preston, the Rector of Haworth & Cross Roads, and Anna Scott, a locally-based textiles artist (Bronte Upholstery).

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