On Shared Ground

May 2014

Saturday 21st June 2014

Join researchers from the University of Sheffield and a project artist to share your stories and memories of Bennachie.

Researchers and communities in Sheffield, Cardiff and Aberdeen are working together to explore what hills and Iron Age hill forts mean to their communities, how they are used and valued.

Do you use the hills for recreation, to walk your dog or get some exercise? Are you interested in their history or archaeology? Why are the hills important to you?

The memories and stories we collect in each country will be used in a film alongside footage recorded at each site. The film will be distributed to all participants in the project and the local community, screened at a public event and available to view online.

More details can be found here: http://communityheritage.group.shef.ac.uk/projects/on-shared-ground/

We are looking for at least five people to come along and participate in this free event. You are welcome to join us for some or all of the activities.

To book a place please e-mail k.marwood@sheffield.ac.uk or call 07723530825 by Wednesday 18th June 2014.


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