Westhoughton Community Network

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Westhoughton Yarn Bombing Festival 2015
Saturday, 4th July | 11:00 to 4:00pm
Sunday, 5th July | 11:00 to 4:00pm
Westhoughton Town Centre
(Market Street / Market / Carnegie Hall / Mill Street)

Photo Selection

Westhoughton's first Yarn Bombing Festival was a tremendous success; two days of colour, entertainment and community. All involved excelled themselves and there were some very impressive displays attracting many, many people over both days. Hundreds of photos were taken. A comprehensive collection of photos from the two day event is now available on our Flick site site - a taster of those photos and a reminder of the event below.

Photo albums from the weekend are available to view on our Flickr site .
Below Yarn Displays album. (104)

Westhoughton Yarn Bombing Festival 2015 - Displays

Other albums from the 2015 Westhoughton Yarn Bombing Festival:
Procession & Judging (43)
Market & Handmade Market (24)
Entertainment (Mill Street) (102)
Community Royalty (31)

Yarn Bombing Festival 2015 | Yarn Bombing Festival 2016

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Community Events

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