Tuesday, 4 January 2011

Book now for 'Wayland Tales' - Storytelling Event - 27th Jan, Chequers Inn, Thompson

Come and join us for a winter evening of curious 'Wayland Tales',  listern to traditional local tales of all kinds that have been passed down the generations, stories of ghosts, legends, crime, funny events and tragedy. The tales will be told by members of the project's workshops and the well known storyteller and researcher of Norfolk Folklore - Theo Fanthorpe.

Places are free but limited, you will need to book a ticket, priority will be given to those who have been researching local tales and/or taking part in the workshops. Please book your ticket from:  sue@wayland.org.uk,  tel; 01953 880216 or pop-in to Wayland House and speak to the Heritage Officer, Sue White.

The tales will be recorded at the event to form the base for a DVD that will be bound into an illustrated book of the 'Wayland Tales'. If you have any local tales that you would like to contribute to the book, please get in touch with us.

1 comment:

  1. If you ever need a choir to sing songs of Wayland then Big Heart and Soul would be happy to oblige. We are a community choir singing acapella songs from around the world - and with all our hearts. We have included the Reformation songs from Hugh Lupton's book A Norfolk Storyline in our last concert.