Last chance to see The Mount Felix Tapestry at Killik & Co.

This beautifully designed and immensely touching exhibition will close on November 15th. Please contact lucy.roshier@killik.com if you’d like to visit it at Killik & Co’s premises on Esher High Street.

It is a Riverhouse Barn Arts Centre Project, designed by Andrew Crummy and described on his website as follows:

“This beautiful community tapestry tells the story the ANZAC hospital at Mount Felix in Walton on Thames. 27,000 New Zealand wounded soldiers were welcomed into the heart of Walton on Thames and treated at this hospital during WWI and Andrew Crummy’s design depicts some of the most powerful true life stories surrounding the hospital in 44 panels. This tapestry toured New Zealand 2018 to 2019, finishing in The National War Museum”.

To read more about it, the following websites are very helpful: https://www.facebook.com/mountfelixtapestry/, https://riverhousebarn.co.uk/get-involved/mount-felix-tapestry/ and https://www.andrewcrummy.com/mount-felix-tapestry

However, nothing beats visiting the tapestries themselves. Do visit it before it’s too late!

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