Neighbours sharing memories of their town through a hand-made tapestry have planned an exhibition before the final stitches are sewn.
Uxbridge artist Jane Greer has been working with the Uxbridge Community Centre to create a Community and Heritage Tapestry, asking people who live around and use the centre to sew their memories of the town into a patch of material.
The project commemorates the 30th anniversary of the community centre, and David Varley, chairman of The Greenway Conservation Area, designed the tapestry and came up with a theme of community, history and architecture unique to the neighborhood.
He made a number of historical images available for people to use as inspiration for their embroidered squares.
Fabric panels were issued for people to sew, paint, appliqué whatever image was special to them to give each panel its own story.
On Friday, May 9, the individual panels will go on display for everyone to enjoy at Uxbridge Library in the High Street.