1. Vibrant Mosaic panels along LHS fence
To brighten up what is at the moment quite a dark, the uninviting area of a public footpath leading up to the Church Lane Community Garden with a series of bright and colourful mosaic panels along the metal fences.
2. Vibrant and colourful entrance sign with noticeboard for events on gate.
To improve the signage to the entrance of the garden with mosaic panels (on the gate and right hand sign of the gate).
See below for highlighted areas.
The drawing to the left shows the proposed improvements to the outside of the space: a series of 5 panels on the fence, one on the gate and one larger panel to the RHS of the gate.
3. 20 Hours of Artists led Workshops
The designs of these panels will be created during a series of workshops with local school children and users of the community gardens led by mosaic artist Chev M. They will explore themes relating to food and how it grows. Including those foods we eat grow across many cultures.
The designs will be collated and the final composition will be made by Chev. to be mosaiced over a period of 15 weeks.
4. Stepping Stones inside the garden
A series of Mosaic stepping stones to be inserted into the existing footpath. designed and made during the 20hrs of artist led workshops with the local school children.
5. Mosaic Communal Table inside the garden
A new outdoor table to enable future workshop activities for the users of the garden, to be designed and made by the users during the series of workshops led by Chev M…exploring patterns in nature taken from the surroundings. (See highlighted areas to be improved).
NB: Workshops to be held at the community gardens venue and school.
6. Four 3d panels on poles to be situated near the wall.
These 3d panels will explore the wildlife: insects and birds involved in the food growing processes….To be mosaiced by local artists, poets and musicians to encourage them to use the gardens for future workshops and events…A series of 5 drop-in sessions run by volunteers and Chev M.
The picture to the left shows a map of proposed improvements to the inside of the space: stepping stones, table, and fence panels.