Create a Coronation card and be part of a unique art display in Manor Walks
April 4, 2023
Cramlington Town Council has teamed up with Manor Walks to create a display of public art celebrating the Coronation of King Charles III.
Following on from the hugely successful Jubilee Line last year where Centre Mall displayed thousands of images of Queen Elizabeth, drawn by Cramlington residents, postcard drawings of King Charles, Queen Consort Camilla, crowns, carriages and indeed anything royal are wanted to be hung in Centre Mall in the run-up to the Coronation.
The Town Council and Manor Walks are also working together to facilitate a display of Coronation Banners created by pupils at Cramlington Learning Village.
Cramlington Town Mayor Loraine De Simone said “The Coronation is such a special occasion I think it is wonderful that a display is being created to mark this historic moment and how fantastic that all the town’s residents are invited to create a picture that will be included in this artistic installation. I look forward to seeing the pictures!”
Manor Walks Shopping and Leisure Centre Manager Nick Lambert added “We hold the community close to our hearts here at Manor Walks and like to encourage creativity and interaction. We enjoy the feedback from shoppers and followers on social media who love to see the mall displays, especially if it’s a contribution from their child, friend, or family member. We aim to provides an uplifting experience for visitors when celebrating events such as the Coronation of King Charles III.”
Colouring cards are available to collect at Cramlington Town Council office or if you would like to collect some cards for a group you are involved with, ring the council on 01670 707831 and ask for Maggie, Jane or Joe.
The Town Council needs to receive the cards ASAP no later than April 21st.