Mike Jones of Earthwrights and Steph Bradley of Tales of Our Times, both members of TTT's Education Group, have pulled together an amazing teenager day of indoor game playing and visioning. It takes the form of the Transition Tales game, The Quest, and outdoor woodland fun, building Playscapes with Mike. The whole day is then pulled together with Steph’s storytelling and presented back to the kids as their tale and posted onto the Storyweaving website for them to read and share as they like.
This summer we decided to test our workshop facilitation skills and help people discover what it means to be an earth inheritor. We went to four festivals altogether and each one was incredibly different and at each one we learnt more and more.
Sunrise was the first festival we attended we were there for two weeks with a group called the tin village. We built a small number of wooden and tin structures and a couple clay ovens from scratch onsite to show an example of off grid community living. It was great not only for our workshop skills development but for our learning of practical skills.
Calling all young people (and their parents and teachers)....
Are you an Earth Inheritor?
Do you want to meet other young Europeans and have a great time?
This summer, local young people are invited to join in with one-day cultural exchange programmes right on our doorstep. We have students with us from schools in Europe who are here to learn our language and culture, and they would love you to join them on one of their adventures and even show them around.
Get to know the River Dart area, connect with other young people from Europe, share what really matters to you and begin to build your future together.