We are so grateful to Drs Neil and Jane Armstrong for allowing us free visits to Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens again this year. This was our first visit since the start of the Covid pandemic. We are looking forward to returning several times and making art there. Over previous years we have made paintings, drawings, music, performance and videos in the gardens as well as relaxing.
Having begun 2022 still unable to meet at Breadline we decided to look for an alternative venue since it is too cold to meet in the bandstand. We approached Penlee House Museum to ask if it would be possible to rent their Coach House on Thursdays. They were most accommodating and on 20th January we met there for the first time and all agreed that it is a welcoming and comfortable space for us.
Roaming and Returning
We're gradually returning to old patterns of meeting, chatting, making things in the wake of Covid. We're glad to be back at Breadline. Even when we couldn't meet, Roamers stayed in touch by telephone, postal projects (details here) and this website. But we're most ourselves and most at ease -- most Roaming -- when we're really together.
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Roaming's official goal is "to carry on creative activities that benefit the community and in particular (without limitation) people who find themselves in some way disadvantaged, excluded or vulnerable." Our values are really our common ground: confidentiality, integrity, fairness, respect for the values and culture of others, the withholding of judgement, inclusivity, flexibility, and equity in relationships. "