Read the highlighted square bottom right in this month’s Reeth & District Gazette.
Portsmouth Museums Service is delighted at the public response to an announcement today that the Bayeux Tapestry is to be loaned to the United Kingdom by France for public exhibition.
Many observers on social media have made a connection between the Bayeux Tapestry and the Overlord Embroidery, a central feature of Portsmouth’s D-Day Museum, with many suggesting that perhaps our Embroidery should be offered to France as the reciprocal gesture!
This Spring, a transformed D-Day visitor attraction will open on the seafront. The 83m long Embroidery comprising 34 stunning handsewn panels will be a central feature of the transformed venue. This is one of those panels.
This is the digital project I’m involved with at work.