Wheathampstead’s First World War project

Link here to Wheathampstead’s First World War project:  http://wheathampsteadheritage.org.uk/history-society-gwp.asp Looking forward to hearing more from the group ever since we held a workshop together on 9 March 2019. From farm ledgers found up a chimney to myth busting, what’s coming next? But I think my favourite insight at the workshop came from the diary of Charlie Collins, out of England for the first time and posted to Palestine: ‘I picked a fig like Abraham did.’ It’s a powerful glimpse into one man’s imagination and how he made sense of his world. -Sarah...

Stephanie Bunn on Basketry as Occupational Therapy and the role of Woven Communities

Image: Basketmaking is particularlysuited to rehabilitation because it involves the use of both hands workingtogether.©Stephanie Bunn.We are pleased to announce that the latest research write-ups by Stephanie Bunn on Basketry as Occupational Therapy and the role of Woven Communities are now available on the Basketry Then & Now Project pages.  For a fascinating read and some great insights, please see...