Love St Peter’s, Love St Paul’s is a project developed by and for residents of the two communities. It will run from May to September 2017 and involves a series of workshops including film-making, baking and ceramics exploring the history, greenspace, culture and creativity of the area.

Tom Goddard is working with Year 5 pupils at Gardner’s Lane Primary School to investigate local history; Samantha Jones (Homebaked) will explore the history of the Cheltenham Dripper and work with residents to revive local recipes; Jack Price will work with young people on professional film-making techniques; and Scott Farlow is working with local ceramicist Kate Anderson to facilitate workshops that use local clay.

The programme launches on Friday 19th May 2017, 5.30-7.30pm at the Herrington Rooms, St Paul’s Church with presentations by the artists and discussion about the workshops. Contact info@meantime.org.uk for more information.

Love St Peter’s, Love St Paul’s was devised by Sarah Bowden, curator of Hardwick Gallery, and Take A Part CIC in partnership with an Arts Action Group of residents from the communities of St Peter’s and St Paul’s, and aims to discover, support and develop creative practice in the area. The project is funded by Arts Council England, St Peter’s & The Moors Big Local, the University of Gloucestershire, and the Janet Trotter Trust.