at Newcastle NSW
Saturday, 27 April 2019 from 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM (AUS Eastern Standard Time) + Add to calendar27/04/2019 08:3027/04/2019 14:30Australia/SydneyWhoMadeMyClothes Walking TrailWhoMadeMyClothes Walking Trail Saturday, 27 April 2019 from 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM (AUS Eastern Standard Time) Organiser Rowena Foong 0402366506 firstname.lastname@example.org Address Newcastle NSW NSW Australia The trail starts at Rundle Tailoring, Newcastle West and ends at MakeSpace, Newcastle East. Bring your OPAL Card with you as we will be catching the Light Rail on this trail - also it will be easier for you to find all-day parking around Newcastle West area. Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/85243Newcastle NSW
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Do you know about #fashionrevolutionweek? Do you know who made your clothes?
This walking trail takes you across Newcastle city, bringing to attention the business owner-operators, designers and craftspeople that are ‘manufacturing’ in-store and on-site, providing sustainable clothing solutions, sharing skills and education.
Hosted by Rowena Foong from High Tea with Mrs Woo, join us in discovering the people and their work - the diversity of styles, designs, opportunities and skills that are so easily accessible to you in your own town, all within walking distance.
*Limited numbers, BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL.
WhoMadeMyClothes Walking Trail
SATURDAY 27th APRIL
8:30am - Rundle Tailoring, Newcastle West
9:10am - *catch Light Rail from Interchange
9:30am - pappasven + Sonny and Scout, Newcastle West
10:00am - Jean Bas Studio, Cooks Hill
10:30am - High Tea with Mrs Woo, Cooks Hill
11:00am - Fringe Dweller by Gina Ermer, Newcastle CBD
11:30am - LUNCH BREAK *Momo Wholefoods
12:15pm - Alie Jane Travel Accessories, Newcastle CBD
12:15pm - With Love Bree Lacey, Newcastle CBD
1:00pm - The Lair, Newcastle CBD
1:30pm - Ike & Fly (Civic Arcade), Newcastle East
1:30pm - CCY Studio (Civic Arcade), Newcastle East
2:15pm - MakeSpace, Newcastle East
This event is organised as part of the Slow Wearing Well community initiative.