Heather Cawte




The book of
THE STAMFORD BRIDGE PROJECT

will be published by Crimson Cloak Publishing

Heather is an embroiderer, poet, writer, mother, daughter, sister and cat lover. She is writing the definitive book of the STAMFORD BRIDGE PROJECT, a community project run  by volunteers, to create a Bayeux-Tapestry-like narrative stitch project relating the story of the Battle of Stamford Bridge in Yorkshire, UK, when the scourge of Viking raids was banished once and for all from Britain's shores.Stamford Bridge Tapestry facebook group:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1637699893135508/

http://stamfordbridgetapestry.org.uk/
http://yorkembroidery.blogspot.co.uk/


The Tapestry Project
(from their website)
 The Stamford Bridge Tapestry will commemorate the Battle of Stamford Bridge (September 25, 1066), when the Saxons defeated the Vikings so comprehensively that almost an entire generation of Viking warriors was wiped out.

If the Saxon troops had not had to fight the Battle of Stamford Bridge, they would almost certainly have been victorious at the Battle of Hastings, less than a month later, and British history would have been very different.

2016 year is the 950th anniversary of the battles of Fulford, Stamford Bridge and Hastings. Stitchers in Fulford have already completed the Fulford Tapestry; the Stamford Bridge Tapestry will complete the story of these three crucial battles of 1066.

Like the Bayeux Tapestry, the Stamford Bridge tapestry is actually an embroidery, stitched in wool, on linen  (a tapestry is woven). It has been designed in the style of the Bayeux Tapestry by Chris Rock, Chairman of the Battle of Stamford Bridge Historical Society, of which the tapestry project is a part.

It is being stitched by a team of volunteers under the direction of Shirley Smith, a professional textile artist and Minster broderer (embroiderer of cathedral, York minster, linens). The intention is for it to become a national heirloom for Britain, in the same way as the Bayeux Tapestry is for France.

Endings are a part of life's relentless cycle.

Here is a mixed genre selection of tales reflecting life's mirror.

Murder mysteries, ghost and war stories, fantasy and contemporary, this collection of work from Crimson Cloak Publishing's talented stable of authors offers a variety of reads within the pages of one book.

You won't want it to end!


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The Beast, by Nkosi Ife Bandele

Skari's Tale, by Heather Cawte

Fare Thee Well, By Jess and Keith Flaherty

Swan Song, by Ricky German

Arrivals and Departures, by A. Lawati

The Art of Dying, by Will Neill

The Girl in the Blue Dress, by Esma Race, illustrated by Veronica Castle

A Meeting of Souls, by Esma Race

Mr. Mayor, by Patrick Shanahan

The Mysterious Case of the Brain Snatchers, by Rick Stepp-Bolling

Bob's Story, by Rick Stepp-Bolling

The Luckiest Man in Vietnam: (Marines 0, VC 1), by Gary Winstead

With bonus story A Motherís Grief, a Motherís Hope, by Pam Smith

 

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