After the show, we are hoping to have a roadshow of some of the art pieces.
The pieces not selected for the roadshow will go back into the community. We hope to get them displayed in schools, residential homes etc. for a period of time afterwards. Then they are likely to either be recycled or if they are hard plastics and have been painted they will have to go to Warnham.
If you’d like to keep your art to display yourself, then, of course, you are more than welcome to do so. Just let us know so we don’t offer it to others.er be recycled or if they are hard plastics and have been painted they will have to go to Warnham.
Any knitted creations can be dismantled/unravelled and knitted into something new!
The Share, Care and Repair Fair and our Community Eco Ocean Art project has kindly been sponsored by BIFFA and Horsham District Year of Culture who will be judging the ocean art.
Ocean Bomb certificates to all entrants!