Lancashire Witches 400


Green Close – Supported by Arts Council England, Heritage Lottery, Lancashire County Council, Lancaster City Council, Lancashire Environmental Fund, Forest of Bowland, Ribble Valley Borough Council, Live at Lica.

A project focusing on the 400th commemorative year of the Lancashire Witch trials exploring the historic story and the enduring issue of persecution. This artwork is an interactive learning resource and is accompanied by an educational pack including suggestions for activities.

Kate’s commissioned piece was developed as a learning resource and is available for hire. For further information please visit

View Lancashire Witches Workshops

She has a fascination with the unusual and the discarded, and a playful way of experimenting with materials which she happily shares with others.

Sue Flowers

Artistic Director, Green Close
During her work for Green Close, Kate drew on her experiences working with young people to research the history of the infamous Lancashire witch trials of 1612.This led to the development of a new interactive artwork that is available to loan as a learning resource.

Sue Flowers

Artistic Director, Green Close

Work with Kate...

Kate makes stories into interactive educational resources, effective discussion artworks for new audiences. Engaging pieces perfect for museums!