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The Reverend Angela Hannafin

 

ALL HALLOWS CHURCH

Church Lane, Bardsey, LS17 9DH

SAINT MARY MAGDALENE CHURCH

Moor Lane, East Keswick, LS17 9ES

ADDRESS

PARISH OFFICE

Callister Hall, Woodacre Lane
Bardsey, Leeds, LS17 9DG

 

T: 01937 574273

E: bardseyparishchur@btinternet.com

The Parochial Church Council of the Ecclesiastical Parish of Bardsey is a registered charity (No. 1134014)

MILLENNIUM TAPESTRY

For we are God's handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared for us in advance to do.

  

Ephesians 2:10

A SNAPSHOT IN TIME


All Hallows is the proud custodian of the Bardsey Millennium Tapestry - a 21st Century artwork, displayed within an ancient setting. Commenced in 1997, and completed in 2001, the four large panels of the tapestry picture the people and places of Bardsey throughout the four seasons of the year. It hangs in the northwest corner of All Hallows Church.

 A WORD FROM THE BARDSEY EMBROIDERERS


"Little did we know where our Village Millennium meeting in April 1997 would lead us!
It had been decided that local people with an interest in embroidery should be invited to create a record of life in Bardsey at the time of the Millennium. After some weeks of planning, an enthusiastic group of embroiderers of varying experience began work. Of course, the group did not know what they were letting themselves in for. If they had known that the original single panel of modest size would grow into four large panels they may have given up at the beginning!"


After nearly five years the work was competed and an official unveiling was celebrated in October 2001. Many people who saw the finished tapestry expressed a wish that it should be on permanent display in the village and the place chosen was All Hallows Church.


Bardsey Millennium Embroiderers are thankful to all who helped. Grants and assistance were received from the Millennium Small Grants Scheme, Bardsey Parish Council, Bardsey Village Hall, local organisations, and private individuals. The embroiderers provided some of the materials.

Come and see it for yourself and seeing if you can recognise some of the local characters, who appear in the threads.