Created by local artist Helen Barlow of One Line Studio, Berwick-upon-Tweed, the design is a witty take on the bear and tree that have been incorporated in the town’s coat-of-arms since the Middle Ages.
Incorporated into the ‘tree’ are symbols representing various aspects of Berwick’s story – including the bridges and castle, a swan, a salmon and a horseshoe.
Friday 13th February 5.00pm – 8.00pm - Berwick Town Hall
Ailsa Dickson is providing a workshop on showing how to createbanners using an applique method based on images from Tony Johnson’s Berwick 900 Timeline.
Sunday 15th February, 1.00pm-3.00pm - St Andrew’s Wallace Green Church
You can join Norma Miles to produce a banner as part of St Andrews Wallace Green Church’s contribution to Berwick 900. She will be holding a creative textile session for all ages and creative abilities.