Bunting of Hope


Your voice matters!
Be part of the Bunting of Hope in Eckington Gardens.

What is your wish or words of wisdom for the Hatcham community?

Create your very own Bunting of Hope flag with up-cycled fabrics and your messages of hope will be carried with the wind and spread into the world. Reuse any old fabrics or clothes you have at home, whilst being creative and have your art displayed for everyone to see and enjoy.

There are many ways to be part of it:

  • Make your own Bunting of Hope flag (approximately 30x40cm) at home and pin it to the bunting line using safety pins or thread & needle.

  • You have an idea but not the sewing material? We can provide you with that if you send us an email: info@hartslane.org

  • You’d like to take part but don’t know how to sew? Send us an email with your idea/quote and we’ll visualise it on the fabric for you.

  • Watch our video tutorial to discover how you can make a flag for the Bunting of Hope. 


  • DATES: The Bunting of Hope will be up from 6th – 31st of March 2021
  • LOCATION: Eckington Gardens, near Casella Road entrance, SE14 5QN
  • SOCIAL: Take a picture and tell us what you think on Instagram #buntingofhope #hartslane


Friends of Eckington Gardens & The National Lottery Community Fund


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