We are looking for people to join us at Beeston Festival in Cross Flatts Park on 6th June, to create a “Birds Eye” View Display using patterns, shapes and people. We are hoping that you can come along and join us!
Our mission is to create with festival goers a “birds-eye’ view display to celebrate and send a hopeful message for people using words and patterns. We will be spelling out “Close the Gap’ as a message of hope for our communities. For this to have the most effect we need people – as many as possible -all ages, cultures and backgrounds. We welcome everyone to join us. The highlights will be captured from above with a camera and mini helicopter device. we hope to evolve a “birds-eye message” of hope and joy to celebrate communities everywhere at Beeston Festival.
No swimming costumes necessary – Just bring yourselves and your friends. We will begin assembling people at 12 and the activity starts at 1pm.
Hope to see you there!!