Under One Roof Photo Challenge!
Under One Roof is a community heritage project in and around St Mark’s and the local area.
St Mark’s Church in Shelton is an important community landmark. Take a photo of a view St Mark’s Church in Shelton from any place or angle. #U1RPhotoView
Take a photo of yourself in your favourite facemask, to show how we have all taken part in Under One Roof during such difficult COVID times, yet can still be together. #U1RPhotoFaces
Share your photos on Twitter or Instagram @underoneroofpr1 with the hashtags #U1RPhotoView or #U1RPhotoFaces. If your photo is bigger than 2MB please send it by WeTransfer. Email us for help.
We will share the best photos in our Photo gallery. The Friends of St Mark’s will select images for an Under One Roof photography exhibition!
By sharing photos, you agree your image can be used by the project on social media and in print.
Friends of St Mark’s
You are invited to join the Friends of St Mark’s. The Friends are all people with a connection to St Mark’s Church, themselves or through their family.
The Friends are working closely with All the Small Things to plan and run community activities.
Heritage Talk Podcast series
We want to uncover the rich history and community heritage in the Shelton and Etruria area. During autumn and winter 2020-21, you can hear an exciting series of 6 podcasts called Journeymen, Craftswomen, Artists and Voyagers on a range of topics and themes.
Newsletter and activity pack to download
Make your own paper-cut craft Stained Glass Window.
The Friends of St Mark’s and the B Arts Space to Connect group have worked together to design a guide to help you make a stained glass window from card and tissue paper. There is also a video demonstration we asked artist Richard Redwin to do for us.
Heritage Photography Walk map and guide
Get your camera or phone out and take a photo walk round Shelton to discover hidden heritage treasures. Download and follow the map and guide that photographer Jenny Harper has made for us. Share your photos with us on social media or by email.
Stitch Around Time Heritage Textiles Craft Guide
Express your own heritage using fabric, thread and simple sewing.
Cultural Sisters worked with us to share their sewing skills with a group of people in Shelton. They created a simple guide they gave to people along with a kit of materials. You can put your own kit together and use the guide to create your own circle of lovely textile art.
You will need:
- A sewing ring (aka an embroidery hoop)
- Embroidery threads
- Needles and pins
- A variety of fabric squares and some decorative trim
- A snippet of some personal fabric, beads and threads if you like
Contact Under One Roof project
Phone 0751 881 3131
Post St Mark’s Church, Snow Hill, Stoke on Trent ST1 4LT
Facebook Under One Roof Project
Twitter and Instagram @underoneroofpr1