New stamp for North Wales Pilgrim's WaySunday, 06 November 2016 17:46
A few years ago I worked with eleven primary schools in Flintshire and Denbighshire, to create prints reflecting various points along the North Wales Pilgrim’s Way. I converted one print from each school into a design for a rubber stamp. Eleri Jones worked with schools in North West Wales, so that the whole of the route was covered, from Basingwerk Abbey in Greenfield, Flintshire, to Bardsey Island off the coast of Gwynedd. Walkers can stamp their passports as they make their way along the route.
Recently I was asked to translate another of the children’s prints – an image of a harebell - into a stamp design for Llannefydd Church in Conwy and the rubber stamp arrived this week.