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guest bloggingI was asked by The Restoration Trust to write a guest blog on behalf of the Human Henge Project for The Arts in Wiltshire website. below is a short excerpt read the full post here Creative Arty Facts from the Human Henge Project

Excerpt

The Human Henge Project was and is a pilot project about archaeology and mental health; participants explored the area surrounding Stonehenge and its history, ending in time inside the Stone Circle. The project ran for 2 groups, the first ending near the winter solstice and the second near the spring equinox.

During the 10-week sessions each group engaged in music and singing, rope and cord making for weaving, pottery, building wattle and daub fences, making bread, photography, writing blog posts and poetry. So although it was not strictly an arts project, Human Henge contained many creative experiences.

Read the full post here Creative Arty Facts from the Human Henge Project

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About Mr BPD

About Author. I have Borderline Personality Disorder and as a writer and poet I explore my madness through the creative arts. I have a personal belief that even in darkness light exists and it is a personal responsibility to always seek the light and I find the light in creating something.
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