"There's a bit of misconception in the community, that when [women are] breastfeeding, we see it all.And that really is not the case for most mothers," she said.In 1340 the population was about 7,150, falling to 3,000 by 1440. Local agriculture was highly productive, depending on Bury for its market, and as a marketing centre for onward distribution.The wool and cloth industry was booming, again using Bury market for distribution nationally and internationally. The local gentry were happy to be involved in town affairs." The health unit said it hopes to take the giant cutouts on tour to other communities across the region.
It would probably be 50 years before there was much interest in them from collectors.Life-size cutouts of Timmins mothers and their infants: Amber and Summer Mc Comb; Kate and Bonnar Durst; Holly and Lincoln Curtis; and Laurissa and Winter Crocetti.