Save our NHS

Wendy Cadwallader and I spent a lovely couple of days together creating this banner for the ‘Save Louth Hospital’ march that took place the first Saturday in September. I based the design on the original Louth Uprising banner from 1537, that depicts the five wounds of Christ. And then I added a peach hot water bottle.



  1. Dave Larder September 29, 2017 at 11:05 am - Reply

    This wonderful banner was carried at the front of our “Save Louth Hospital” march. It was then handed over to the Lincoln campaign and was carried at the front of their march “Fight 4 Life Lincolnshire”. In October, the banner will be handed over to the “Fight 4 Grantham A & E” campaign, before making it’s way south, hopefully ending up at 10 Downing Street.

    A wonderful contribution – thank you.

  2. Rhyan November 2, 2017 at 2:18 pm - Reply

    Great banner) You are the best)
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Jayne Cooper

Artist Jayne Cooper studied painting at Glasgow School of Art. Over the last ten years she has exhibited throughout the UK in both shared and solo shows, including the BP awards at the National Portrait Gallery, London.

Jayne works from her studio in the Lincolnshire market town of Louth.

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