Our heritage recorded in a visual artwork
Remembering the fallen from the great war of 1914.Carnoustie Panbride Banner Group. Stitch and Fabric
The coastal landscape is a myriad of textures and colours. Meg Woomble. West Haven. Embellished fabric and stitch.
'The moon and the stars twinkle brightly over the water. Sheila Proctor. East Haven Fabric and Stitch
'The monks of Coupar Angus Abbey were gifted an acre of land on which to build a toft and the rights to fishing in the Ha'en.Carnoustie Panbride Banner Group. Stitch and Fabric
'East Haven has signed the pledge to clean up Scotland. Helping to remove plastic from our seas.Carnoustie Panbride Youth Group. Mixed media.
'We always used to cycle in East Haven even before the coastal path was built'.Carnoustie Panbride Youth Group. Stitch and Fabric
'The sun on my face and the sand between my toes'.Carnoustie Panbride Youth Group. Stitch and Fabric
'One can always find a nice piece of drift wood after a high tide'. Carnoustie Panbride Youth Group. Stitch and Fabric
My Dad used to come down to East Haven from the farm at Balhousie to collect seaweed. Nancy Don. Carnoustie. Mixed media
Remembering wonderful walks along the beach at East Haven with my sister Linda. Kathleen Fisher, Newcastle. Embellished fabric and stitch.
'A spirit of partnership between Carnoustie Community Council and East Haven 800. Carnoustie Community Council. Fabric and stitch
Nicola D. This was my father' (George Lyall) fishing boat. AH 26. Nicola Lyall. East Haven. Fabric and Stitch
This is the reverse of Nicola Lyalls panel 119. Nicola embroidered the names of the old fishermen on the back of it.
The people of Maule created this panel of bunting symbolic of our historical connection with the Maules of Panmure
We invite you to sit back and enjoy our gallery which features all 125 panels of heritage bunting. Each panel tells it's own story but together they tell the whole story of East Haven from 1214 right through to the present day.
To see who created each piece and read the descriptor hover the mouse over each panel below.
This is what some people said about the bunting at our Maritime and Heritage Exhibition in April.
The heritage bunting is simply stunning - M MacLellan, Glasgow
Must open the eyes of others to the value of a community project helping bind neighbours together and to raise the profile of stitchery and fabric to the wider public - A Paget, West Haven
A magical fantastic exhibition - the bunting is wonderful - D. Stewart, Kirriemuir.
Lots of lovely handiwork gone into the bunting, D Davidson, Broughty Ferry.
Very impressed with the bunting, M Keirs, Carnoustie.