Wood Street Walls needs your vote for William Morris mural

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Wood Street Walls and William Morris Big Local are urging residents to vote for their favourite William Morris-inspired design, which will painted as a mural by artist ATMA.

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African marigold chintz

Waltham Forest’s most famous social activist and artist will be celebrated in the latest offering from Wood Street Walls. In the past few months the organisation has enlisted the help of well-known street artists to paint 15 murals to date around the borough. The latest offering will give residents ownership of a design.

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The winning design from #pickyourpattern will be painted in the William Morris Gallery car park in association with the Walthamstow Garden Party and the HEET project, a not for profit organisation that supports low-income individuals to help reduce fuel poverty and carbon emissions.

As part of the project, HEET will install side installation for a local resident. 

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Bourne

The mural will be painted on the gable end wall on Bedford Road, overlooking the William Morris Gallery and car park.

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Wood Street Walls co-founder Tom Jackson said: “We launched our first community-led mural at the Walthamstow Garden Party last year, so it’s fitting to be back again.

“Only this time people will see be able to select their choice online and in person, with the bonus to be able to have a visual legacy after the event finishes.”

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To see all the designs and cast you vote, visit www.pickyourpattern.co.uk before the polls close on 1 August.

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Medway

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