Schools’ International Peace Project Team

Hello Readers

The Schools’ International Peace Project developed from an idea to unite schools around the World.  Following are the mighty Team of people involved.

  • Children all over the world and their teachers;
  • Trish Booth, Project Founder;
  • Lucy Tasker, Abraham Moss School, Project Co – Creator;
  • Henrik Brandin, Technical;
  • Marilyn Sylvester, publicity agent for the Schools’ International Peace Project.
  • The Friends of the Schools’ International Peace Quilt Project:  Heather Walker, Beryl Frank, Suzie Ridsdale, Marilyn Sylvester, Moira Ward, Janice Middleton, Christine Hoggarth, Isabel Stuart, Kath Arthur, Barbara Watson, James Patterson (graphic designer), Colin Turner, Joyce Basham, Sue Lynd, Christine Saunders and Trish Booth
  • The Guisborough Rotary Club: Terry Milward, Pat Anderson, Peter Sotheran, Colin Monson and Members thereof;
  • The Guisborough Neighbourhood Management Team: Nick Fraser, Lynda McMann.




Founded in Guisborough, TS14 6TL UK
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10 Responses to “Schools’ International Peace Project Team”

  1. Mary Gibson March 2, 2012 at 14:51 #

    A wonderful peace initiative from school children.Will the quilt be on display during the Olympics?
    I see it’s been on display in Guisborough library and I wonder if Newcasle (upon Tyne) library could also host it – perhaps during the football games taking place in the city

    • Trish Booth March 3, 2012 at 09:26 #

      Hi Mary,

      What dates are you looking at ? We can see what is available as it would be great to have the project in Newcastle at some point.
      Both Middlesborough Library and Darlington Gallery are also looking to display the Quilt, this will most likely be outside the Olympic dates.


  2. Mary Gibson May 16, 2012 at 15:23 #

    Newcastle library have now told me they are unable to host exhibiting the quilt. Can we look for alternative venues between the same dates in June?
    Best wishes

  3. Mary Gibson May 17, 2012 at 19:03 #

    I shall chase up a few possible public spaces

    • Trish Booth May 18, 2012 at 13:02 #

      Hi Mary, That’s great thank you. Just to say as of today that The Ryedale Folk Museum are now displaying the quilt from June 7th to the 10th the Quilt will only be free from either June 2nd to June 6th or the following week June 11th to June 15th. We do still have the first week of July free from the 1st to the 7th otherwise it is booked up.Thanks for seeing if you can find somewhere in Newcastle for us. x

      • Mary Gibson May 22, 2012 at 21:58 #

        No success yet in finding a good local venue to display the quilt.. Awaiting reply from Civic Centre. Shall let you know as soon as poss
        Great news about all the other venues
        Best wishes
        Mary Gibson

      • Trish Booth May 23, 2012 at 12:48 #

        Thank you Mary

  4. Mary Gibson July 9, 2012 at 23:08 #

    No success with local venues but looks as if you now have a fairly full programme. Do hope the London venue generates a lot of interest.
    Our church would like to use some of the great illustrations on the website to highlight the important olympic message of peace and fairplay that children from around the world have created. The peace quilt would be acknowledged.
    Is that OK?
    Best wishes
    Mary Gibson

    • Trish Booth July 10, 2012 at 18:13 #

      Hi Mary, That’s fine. It is good to show everyone that our children have a wish for Peace worldwide. It would be easy for children to create a world of Peace if left to it. Thanks for all your work trying to get a Newcastle venue. Best Wishes Trish

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