LOOKING BACK | MOVING FORWARDS

Brucianni's cafe, Morecambe Brucianni’s cafe, Morecambe

Brucciani's cafe, Morecambe Brucciani’s cafe, Morecambe

So far on my project, I have been amazed how generous people have been with their time and knowledge. During my last visit to Morecambe this was not any different.

I met up with the lovely artist, illustrator and ice cream entrepeneur Kate Sundae (Kate Drummond) who lives in Morecambe.  As her name suggests, as well as her various creative practices, Kate has a fantastic vintage ice cream business that encompasses her love of faded seaside glamour and all that is vintage. The Everyday is Like Sundae van travels to festivals, events and can also be seen on the Morecambe seafront.

Kate was really helpful giving me her opinion of the existing 1930s architecture and changing environment in Morecambe, also interestingly in relation to her other experiences of living in Glasgow, London and Brighton. Kate was on ‘The Friends of the Midland’ committee that…

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