A Story Sharing Evening

25 May 2018Blog

We held a story sharing evening in May round us discussing the cultural ownership of stories and what we learn from the stories we tell. Stories are truly air plants, that grow with their telling. We visited a Carpenter’s last …

BLOG 2018

2 May 2018Blog

New Beginnings – We’ve started to review how we develop A Bit Crack Storytelling and are gathering bright minds to steer us into the future.

Soup has been shared, tea has been drunk, dreams are being dreamed. Do come and …

Exciting Excavations

10 August 2014Tales of the Forgotten North: Blog 4,109 Comments

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-28645612

Schoolboys strike gold as they unearth 4,300-year-old gold hair ornament
Kirkhaugh dig hailed a success

A group of Alston schoolboys have struck gold, unearthing one of the most significant recent archaeological finds in the UK.
The boys, aged from …

Geltsdale

12 April 2014Tales of the Forgotten North: Blog 2,792 Comments

Geltsdale
Geltsdale

Friday 14th March 2014
The Road sign that announces that you have arrived at Castle ( long gone unfortunately) Carrock clearly says Please Dance. This is a trick because the locals clearly also want you to sing, smile and …