Three minutes might not seem like much but you'd be surprised how easy it is to see if there's any chemistry with each of the people you meet.Fastlove holds events in Merseyside, Cheshire, Manchester, Leeds and Staffordshire including specific events in: Liverpool, Manchester, in Chester, Leeds, York, as well as Wilmslow, Nantwich, Harrogate and Didsbury.Their work explores themes of enduring relevance including how we respond to nature and the urban environment, how tapestry can tell personal and political stories, and the skill of the hand-made.The Holburne Museum Great Pulteney Street, Bath BA2 4DB .Local alderman Fletcher Moss bought the house in 1865, and lived in it for more than 40 years.In 1902, he installed wrought iron gates at the entrance to the parsonage's garden, which, because of the building's reputation, became known locally as "the gates to Hell".The parsonage became a museum, now closed, but the gardens are still open to the public.
It extends from the Scottish border in the north to near the River Trent in the south, although precise definitions of its southern extent vary.
The Royalist commander, Prince Rupert, stationed himself at Didsbury Ees, to the south of Barlow Moor.
It is also likely that Bonnie Prince Charlie crossed the Mersey at Didsbury in 1745, in the Jacobite march south from Manchester to Derby, and again in his subsequent retreat.
Tapestry: Here & Now celebrates the vibrancy of tapestry-weaving today.
The exhibition brings together the work of international makers to showcase the most innovative approaches to the art of contemporary tapestry. Alongside British tapestry weavers, the exhibition features artists from Australia, Norway, Latvia, Japan and the USA with over 20 artists represented, including Erin Riley, Caron Penney, Ai Ito, Jilly Edwards, Yasuko Fujino and Fiona Rutherford.