We had a Sunny Glorious Sunday on March 17th with a great turn out of families at the magnificent Halsway Manor in the Quantocks. Best known for its Folk Dance, Music and Song, this jewel of a venue very near the village of Crowcombe played host to a wonderfully engaging and varied afternoon of activities and events including stories from America and the British Isles, telling of animals searching for the light of the Moon.

    Peter Stevenson from the Aberystwyth Storytelling Festival enchanted us with his illuminated illustrations and wise words desribing the world of faery. We then skipped outside onto the tree lined slopes of the hills looking for signs of the wee folk. Stables and kitchens, homes and holes and a wonderfully imagined auditorium of steps looking out towards the open lands of the West, were all found and created with the hands and imaginations of the gathered throng, inspired by a further faery foray of words from Beth Webb who glowed in the warmth of the sun

    Barry Somers from 10 Radio accompanied us throughout the afternoon and will be putting us 'on air' on Friday 22nd, what time, sometime, will tell when I know the TIME

    "So many stories, so little time, we enjoyed your company... signed the Fairies"


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