7.1.20, 21.1.20, 4.2.20
Photo credits Richard Godfrey, Tod Sullivan, Phil Wells, Robert Fairclough, John Durrant
Our first session after Christmas was back at Time and Tide with Ian Brownlie, as we began to make a real start on our Almanac. We were joined by filmmaker Julian Claxton as The Restoration Trust was granted £9,590 by the Community Fund for us to commission a film maker to work with us to document and celebrate Burgh Castle Almanac . We made these beautiful little mini books.
Session 48 was back to the Fort, a spectacular sharp, bright day, spring beginning, snow drops in the wood. Becky Demmen was filming, and people took beautiful photographs.
It was Linda’s birthday, any excuse for a cake.
Session 49 was back at the Fort, Andrew Farrell brought the Water Mills and Marshes VR cameras, and Ian Brownlie joined us while we foraged for plants to use in a workshop at the Forum in Norwich for the Makers Festival.
We played with percussion on our regular walk, mindful with clackers, shakers, whirrers and drums.
Andrew Pinder filmed as we went, and people took photos along the way. Spring is almost here, but winter in this great open landscape is sublime.