We had a fantastic morning with mosaic artist Tracey Cartledge earlier this week. Two by Two were joined by pupils from Park Road Primary School, Wellfield Infant and Nursery School and Wellfield Juniors School on a visit Tracey’s studio to see the work in progress on the community mosaic being produced to celebrate local lollipop lady Heather Morris’ 45 years service crossing children safely.
Please check out the photos through this link to our Facebook page. We will keep you updated on Tracey’s progress over these coming weeks, and be sure to save the date of the 6th May when Heather’s Mosaic will be unveiled to the public once it is installed on the wall of The Cornerhouse Costcutter store on Glebelands Road.
We’re loving seeing the design entries that are coming in from the local school children Lollipop Lady Heather Morris has been crossing. Very much looking forward to seeing how the mosaic design will take shape once artist Tracey Cartledge has selected some winning entries!
Sale Messenger have helped us to celebrate this fantastic donation from Akash and family from the Nisa Local store on Heather’s Corner. Please click on this link to read all about it 😉
Rain or shine(!) we’re going to be getting gluey and glittery in Sale Library from 10:30am today. We hope the rain will hold off for us to light up Sale town from 3:40pm at The Square when we’ll be parading all our lanterns down to the Waterside to meet Father Christmas from his sleigh-boat!
We hope to see you there!
Tune in to BBC Radio Manchester’s Breakfast Show this morning from 7:45am and you’ll be hearing our dulcet tones across the airwaves. Some of the Breakfast Show team will be broadcasting LIVE from Heather’s Corner with us, so if you’re on your way to school, be sure to pass by and say hello or tune in! (95.1FM or DAB) #saletown #heathersmosaic #createsale #beboldtrafford
You heard about it here first 😉 And if watching us on this inspires you to show your support for the project, then please do follow this link to pledge http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/heathersmosaic Thank you!
Four days to go. Please like, share and pledge! Thank you.
Sale Messenger have run a feature about our efforts to raise money for Heather’s Mosaic – hurrah! You can read the piece by clicking here. Here’s hoping it will give the campaign a bit of a boost and we’ll be able to see in Heather’s actual anniversary on Monday with a smile!
Thanks to Altrincham & Sale Messenger for supporting our campaign, and thank you to everyone who has pledged so far! If you’d like to contribute to the project please click here to visit the crowdfunding page.
Please share this link to our first crowdfunding project to raise money for Heather’s mosaic. We would LOVE to make this happen, and we have 24 days left to do it!
Anybody that lives near Glebelands Road in Sale, or anyone who has had children attend either Wellfield or Park Road School in the last 45 years (!), please read and share this link, and help us to create a unique thank you to an extra special lady!
Last Thursday we were invited by the Sale Locality Partnership to deliver a presentation about “Sale Safari Footprint Trail”, to explain what we had managed to achieve using the ‘Make Sale Smile’ £500 award we received back in May.
Wondering how best to quantify and present the information we had accumulated through our short feedback questionnaires from this event, Zoe and I were advised to knock on the doors of the phenomenally helpful data-wizards that reside at Trafford Innovation and Intelligence Lab in Sale.
Paul and James were keen to talk about all aspects of the Trail with us, as well as get a handle on our aims and objectives as a group. Their keen interest and wizardry with our data resulted in this presentation that is now live on their site. (click here to view).
It was a great opportunity for us to experience how the Lab’s skills in data-management, manipulation and visualisation could generate insights into our data that we’d have likely overlooked (we even learnt how to do cool stuff with pivot charts). So, as well as helping us to deliver a comprehensive and insightful presentation to the Partnership, thanks to Trafford Innovation and Intelligence Lab we now also have presentable evidence of our work that will doubtless be of great help with future funding bids.
We met Paul Westland and James Austin at an open drop-in session at Thrive, Trafford Housing Trust, at Sale Point (click here for details of their next funding support sessions).