120 Hopes arts project

Local schools took part in our 120 Hopes arts project with the West End Centre.

In collaboration with us and the West End Centre , artists Susan Merrick, Lorna Rees and Candice Camacho have created 120 painted, but blank, placards and delivered them to local Aldershot schools. Pupils at Alderwood School and St Michaels Junior school have turned them into messages of hope.

All of the children's placards with their hopes for 2021 have been weatherproofed and are now on display throughout Aldershot town centre for everyone to enjoy!

How many can you spot in the planters, on our lamp posts and in the windows of local businesses?

Create your own placard of hope at home

Grab an empty cereal box or piece of card, some colouring pens, pencils or paint and follow the steps below to display in your window.

Share your hopes

Spread hope by sharing your creation on social media! Tag the West End Centre on InstagramFacebook and Twitter with the hashtag #120Hopes.

Visit the online gallery

If you can't get in to Aldershot to see the placards, keep your eyes peeled as the West End Centre will be sharing them all on social media and in an online gallery on the Culture on Call website. 

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This project is funded by Rushmoor Borough Council.

 
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