An international artwork is back in Taunton where it began
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Quaker tapestry returns to Taunton for display

Part of a tapestry which captures Quaker history across the centuries has gone on display in Taunton.

The full artwork features 77 intricate panels, woven by 4,000 people aged between three and 93, from 15 different countries, in a community project that showcases momentous events in woven form.

It was started in a Sunday school in the town in the early 1980s.

Some sewers contributed whole panels and others only a stitch, but the finished product showcases everything from the Industrial Revolution to the abolition of slavery.

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