Signs of Solidarity7 September 2020
Working with Gobbledegook Theatre Signs of Solidarity celebrates our local heroes of lockdown. Over the next few months the local community are encouraged to nominate people who have made a real difference in Havant during the covid crisis. We will celebrate them with medals and specially designed placards to thank them.
The first placards were installed on Tuesday 1 September and included a thank you to Sandra Haggan and St Faiths Church for looking after the community and another at Bedhampton Nursing and Care Home for their hard work over lockdown.
If you’d like to nominate someone for their contribution over the lockdown get in touch with
@gobbledegooktheatre on Facebook and Instagram and @thegobbledeook on Twitter.
You can also find out more about the project at: http://thespring.co.uk/exhibitions/exhibitions/#signsofsolidarity
Signs of Solidarity is a project commissioned by The Spring. It is one of 40 new projects taking place in and around 40 arts centres as part of Here and Now, a national and local celebration of culture within communities. Supported by Arts Council England and Future Arts Centres, marking the National Lottery’s 25th birthday.