Our Sunshine Project makes the local news

Residents show their creative side

9:22am Friday 27th July 2012 in News By Elizabeth Kemble of the Salisbury Journal.

RESIDENTS at Raglan Court and Pembroke House got together to decorate batik flags during an afternoon of colour and creativity.

The group, who took part in the Sunshine Project, were helped along by Alex Grant of the Circular Arts Company.

Raglan Housing’s community initiatives officer Matt Crucefix said: “The Sunshine Project is looking to address issues of isolation, loneliness and disability through art and this is a fantastic way  of doing that.”

The flags will form part of a large installation in the Cloister Garden of Salisbury Cathedral throughout September.

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