Tameside Remembers … Knitted Remembrance Day Memorial in England

Tameside Remembers … Knitted Remembrance Day Memorial in England

Knitters and crafters transformed the mill girl statue outside George Lawton Hall, Mossley, by dressing her as nurse Clarinda Rowbotham, sister in charge at the Mossley Military Hospital during WW1.

Learn more about it here. #TamesideRemembers





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