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Last Fridays: Hallow

Last Fridays: Hallow

Hallow aims to reconnect us to wild traditions, and to the parts of ourselves and others that most need protecting.

Hallow marks the end of the harvest season and the beginning of darker half, and sits at the midway point between the autumn equinox and winter solstice. In this liminal space, we will be making protection for ourselves and offering to others.

Join us for wheat weaving and protection-making, and bring your cupboard items for our Shepway Food Bank collection.

Wheat weave
The Wheat Weaver - one of only a handful of remaining straw weavers and corn dolly makers in the UK - teaches us the skills of this traditional rural craft.
Carol now researches and makes the traditional designs specific to different areas of the British Isles as well as taking interest and inspiration from similar rural crafts in other countries. Carol has collaborated with a number of artists to create static and live installations as well as props for the film, theatre and music industries.

Protective fires, cleansing fires
What do you want to protect? What do you want to cleanse?
We will be designing our own protections and cleanses to take us softly and kindly into the beginning of winter.

Food collection
We will be collecting donations for the Shepway Food Bank to support members of our community. At the start of winter, this collection is particularly important. Please note that the items most needed are spreads (except jam), long-life milk, fruit juice and tinned meat.

Free, drop in, no booking required
Block 67 is situated in digital:glassworks, and is accessible from the Mill Bay entrance.
Part of Last Fridays Folkestone


Block 67
Mill Bay,
CT20 1JR,
United Kingdom

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