RAGWORKS at the EPICENTRE

Thurs 21st Nov free 10-1pm The Epicentre, West Street E11.

On Thursday 21st November 2013 RAGWORKS displays the wall-hanging entitled

                               “Leyton Reminiscence Quilt”

showing 16 pockets of memories about Leyton all in RAGWORKS style. There’s a list of the stimuli for each scene and that list will surely evoke memories from seniors at the AgeUK Waltham Forest event about falling , heating, Tai Chi and well-being.

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detail showing Bakers Arms and Tesco murals.

Seniors in Waltham Forest are invited by AGEUK Waltham Forest to share three hours at the Epicentre to find out how best to fall and  which ways to stop massive heating bills. RAGWORKS fits in nicely as the Reminiscence Quilt will spark some spontaneous discussion.

RAGWORKS   Leyton Reminiscence Quilt

16 descriptions:-

Swings, slides and parks.

Paraffin kiosk in Cathall Road E11. 1969.

The Leyton Leisure Lagoon changed its title and appearance by Autumn 2013.

The Lea Bridge Road stretches westward into Hackney.

GP surgery straddling Dagenham Brook.

Terraces and net curtains.

At  Hollow Pond. Beautiful forest land opposite Whipps Cross Hospital which went up in flames Summer 2013.

Mosques.

Church steeples.

Public baths in Leyton High Road.

Tesco murals.

Boating on Hollow Pond, an artificial water-hole.

The Bakers Arms junction with The Millennium Globes which were demolished in Summer 2013.  Barclays Bank still stands.

Chimneys.

The “chapel” windows on the Turkish Barber Shop in Lea Bridge Road which was an off-licence in the 1940s.

Fruit stalls.

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