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Past in Mind Project Events     

Spring 2013:

Happy New Year everyone!

In the next and final phase of the Project we hope to mount a display depicting the life of the project, the people involved and the discoveries in archaeological and historical terms.  We will produce reports and an evaluation which you can contribute to soon.  We will finish with an event at the end where we will celebrate and showcase the work of all the volunteers, the professionals and the project overall.  I will send you the date and venue for that in due course.

In the meantime we have still got a lot to learn and explore so here are some dates for your diaries. The venue is – The Museum & Resource Centre, 58 Friar St. Hereford HR4 0AS.

Tue 19th February  10am – 2pm.            Archaeological session

Dai Williams & Jenny 

Wed 27th February  10am – 2pm.           Presentation & Workshop

                                                                  Stephanie Ratkai, Pottery Specialist 

 Fri 15th March  10am – 2pm.                        Presentation & Workshop

                                                                  Peter Reavill, Institute of Archaeologists

                                                                   http://finds.org.uk/blogs/themarches/

We are both fortunate and delighted that both Stephanie and Peter have agreed to contribute to our project. They are highly respected in their fields so I hope you can show your support and interest by attending these events.

A light lunch will be provided at all events. Please contact Jenny McMillan to book a place. jenny.mcmillan@herefordshire-mind.org.uk  or Mob: 07812370553

Stay updated by visiting our blog: http://pastinmindproject/wordpress.com/

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About clairetrude

In 1988 I began a Classics degree at Oxford University, but my studies were curtailed by the sudden onset of glaucoma. I spent the next 20 years coming to terms with my sight loss and the mental health problems which it precipitated. Now, I am living happily with my guide dog Trudy who's a cheeky yellow Labrador. After being diagnosed with breast cancer in December 2010 I am endeavouring to make the most of my life and I see every new day as a gift. Having cancer has changed my perspectives and spurred me on to grab hold of life instead of letting it go by.

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