AN A TO Z OF FRANKWELL The alphabet was created by Eliza Howe using photographs of signs from around Frankwell in Shrewsbury. How many do you recognise? All drawings were made by Andrew Howe using ink made with oak galls gathered from the garden in Frankwell. The drawings celebrate the particular and historical places that make Frankwell such a special community. The book is our personal view and does not attempt to be a comprehensive account. We hope you enjoy it! Andrew and Eliza Howe August 2020
Profits from the sale of this book will be donated to the Shrewsbury Food Hub. The Shrewsbury Food Hub is a charity collecting surplus food and sharing it fairly with the community. It reduces food waste, reduces food poverty, saves food budgets for community groups and links organisations so that they can share know-how on how to engage people in healthy eating, tackling food poverty and holiday hunger. The Hub supports 56 groups including Barnabas Community Projects, The Ark, Severn Hospice and organisations providing mental health support, 11 schools, 11 youth clubs, 4 Age UK day centres, playgroups and childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s sports clubs. Find out more, including how to get food, volunteer or donate by visiting:
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Published August 2020 All Rights Reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic and mechanical including photocopy, recording or an information storage and retrieval system without prior permission from the Authors. Andrew Howe and Eliza Howe have asserted their right under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 to be identified as authors of this work.
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