With an opening planned for the evening of 4th July (NB. 8pm for an 8.30pm ‘reveal’) it’s about time you knew what to expect! We have three tiny but exquisite showcases for your delight & first dibs goes to people who have already contributed their skills to the project. The artists will be;
Jo Harrington will be the first food kiosk tenant in July & August 2013. Her speciality is gluten free food & chocolate! Jo is famous locally for running the Lip Smacking Chocolate Festival. The test day at the Loop in June showed just how populat the gluten free options are going to be. She served Lemon Camel biscuits, Breakfast pies, delicious empanadas, home-made lemonade & more. See the menu below & watch out for more Frome specialities coming up in time for the Frome Festival.
…. with a huge success! We are using Spacehive as our fundraising site & have also been grant aided by Experian through a bid made in early January. Pledges are rolling in – please check out the latest total and make your pledge HERE. Deadline is April 30th and if we don’t reach our target of £10,955 by then we will not get ANY of the money currently pledged, so please help with a donation, it could be as small as £10.
We decided to repair the light projector in time for the December Super Market. Although this is just a small part of the overall project it was important to show the potential and we were thrilled to have the Mayor switch on the lights when the town’s Xmas lights were also switched on. There are around seven broken blocks and these will be replaced by Helga when funding allows. The stone wall also requires repointing before the lit blocks return as an evening attraction to the town centre.
switching on the lights
Katy, Pippa & Helga
glass blocks pink
glass blocks blue
glass blocks green
The Singers Links glass blocks at night
The Super Market fundraiser proved extremely successful and enabled us to repair the projector & clean up the disabled toilet cubicle which has now been tested and given a clean bill of health for food preparation use. Next stage is a planning application for change of use……