Warminster Town Council are delighted to announce that Yarn for the Soul are the winners of the Best Dressed Jubilee Window Competition as voted for by the public. Yarn for the Soul’s window incorporates the Jubilee colours with a spinning wheel, flags, and a crown. The public voted for Yarn for the Soul on the Warminster Town Council Facebook page and in person at the Civic Centre where photographs of the windows were displayed.
Warminster Mayor, Cllr. Chris Robbins presented Yarn for the Soul with a certificate and trophy and congratulated Katie for her efforts. Katie explained, “Knitting and crochet is a very meditative craft and great for your mental health, during lockdown knitting and crochet became even more popular”. Yarn for the Soul offers hand dyed yarns and an opportunity to join the Knit and Natter group on Thursday afternoons which encourages people to bring in their crafting projects.
Cllr. Chris Robbins went on to say, “Over 35 businesses have taken part in the Jubilee Window Competition and the town looks fantastic decked out in red, white and blue”.
Photo of the Mayor of Warminster, Cllr. Chris Robbins presenting a trophy and certificate to Katie, owner of Yarn for the Soul.
Last modified: 31 May 2022