THE CLOCK IS TICKING… AS WE GET EVER CLOSER TO FINDING THE ANGEL OF BRIGHTON AND HOVE
Interfaith Contact Group of Brighton and Hove (IFCG) marks off the days of their Angels in the City Competition
On September 1stthe competition to find the Angel of Brighton and Hove will close… and as that moment gets ever nearer the IFCG is urging the people of the City to send in their entries to find an Angel for our City… in pictures or words… before the deadline.
The competition was launched with a real fanfare in Brighton Museum (http://interfaithcontactgroup.com) and now as the summer holiday kicks in the IFCG forward to seeing yet more of the brilliant and beautiful entries that prove that ours is a City full of creative talent – from the very young to the oldest.
Our next and possibly last event before we close the competition will be our Angel Wings Workshop at St Lukes Prestonville on Saturday August 18thfrom 2pm to 4pm.
Meanwhile the Angel Activity and Competition programme continues apace.
An Angel Poetry workshop is scheduled for July 27th at the Jubilee Library. This promises to be very special:
Brighton and Hove Libraries have taken on the Angels in Our City Project with real enthusiasm: the IFCG is very grateful for their support and ideas,which have given rise to the arrival of some inspirational new entries to the Angel Competition