Continuing the long tradition of documenting important historical events in quilts and textiles, 999 Calls for the NHS invites you to visit a timely collection of textiles artworks reflecting pandemic life, and the importance of a public healthcare service for all.
Twenty two quilts created by over 140 stitchers from Somerset, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, South and West Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, County Durham, Manchester, Birmingham and London.
Threads of Survival premiered at the British Textiles Biennial 2021 and is now on tour and arrives at St Micheal’s Church, Milverton from Monday 28 March to Sunday 10 April, 12noon to 4pm daily. Entry is free.
Visit Threads of Survival for more information.