Lucie has an eclectic background in a range of crafts including crochet, mosaic and upholstery. She has been experimenting with the stretchy, curvy and tough waterproof properties of punctured bicycle inner tubes for five years. They can be stitched, snipped, hole-punched and turned inside out and they hold their shape, don't tear or crease and look like fine leather. Bicycle shops no longer mend punctures but replace the entire tube so there is an endless supply of free materials that would otherwise go to landfill.
By road: Follow Brock Street up to the T-junction at the top of the village. Turn right and follow the road round to the left. The Community Centre is directly in front of you in the Playing Fields.
By train: The Community Centre is 5 minutes' walk from North Queensferry train station. Exit the station on the side nearest the Primary School, turn right and follow Brock Street up to the T-junction at the top of the village. Turn right and follow the road round to the left.
North Queensferry Community Centre
Queen Margaret Playing Fields
Wheelchair access and the Community Centre also has accessible toilets. Plenty of parking spaces available.