Storytelling – Fiona Eadie & Corinne Harragin – Ruskin Mill College

Friday 22 March - 7.30pm

Fiona Eadie & Corinne Harragin

‘It is no crime to lose your way in a dark wood’
Stories of life and land

How do we live in harmony with one another and with the land? These eternal questions are woven into the oral traditions of many different cultures. While the stories told and retold down the generations have no clear answers, they do work to soothe, inspire and engage us. The tales we will be telling touch on our cyclical human relationship with the earth and how cherishing the land is inseparable from cherishing one another and the community.

£7 / £5

Saturday morning stories with Fiona Eadie
Saturdays 10.30 – 12.30
26 January, 23 February, 30 March

Venue: Ruskin Mill, Old Bristol Road, Nailsworth GL6 0LA


Parking at Ruskin Mill is only for disabled visitors. We strongly advise, where possible, that you walk the short distance from Nailsworth, where the nearest available public car park is next to the Town Hall as you turn onto the Old Bristol Road towards Horsley. For evening and weekend events, parking is available at Brookdale, 50 yards before Ruskin Mill on the left - bring a torch! The entrance is between large hedges on either side.

Parking is also available at Horsley Mill 400 yards after Ruskin Mill on the left.

Please do not use Gigg Mill.

All events were correct at the time of going to press but may be subject to change.

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