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Uncommon Ground - A Celebration of Creativity at The Blackden Trust

A special weekend of exhibitions, discussion and celebration of the creative spirit of The Blackden Trust.

Featuring:
Sculptures by Liz Ellis
Treacle Walker by Alan Garner: 2022 Booker Prize Longlisted
Bog Bodies: Face to Face with the Past by Melanie Giles
Current Archaeology Award 2022 Book of the Year
Lost & Found. A Treasure Trove of Folk Tales
by Elizabeth Garner with illustrations by Phoebe Connolly
Film by David Heke

Saturday 27th August: Talk ‘Bog Bodies’ by Dr. Melanie Giles
Sunday 28th August: Talk ‘Blackden: Boundaries and Blessings’ by Elizabeth Garner & Dr. Tim Campbell-Green.

At the Old Medicine House, The Blackden Trust, Off Bridge Lane, Blackden, Cheshire CW4 8BY

Access from the road is from Blackden Firs by a rough farm track. Depending on the weather parking may involve a short walk. There is limited parking in the garden for people with mobility problems. The route will be signposted.

Please arrive within ten minutes of your booking time to maintain safe distancing inside the house where the exhibition of sculptures, the film, displays and the shop will be open. All the books featured will be available to purchase. Some of the sculptures by Liz Ellis are on sale. For a few days over the Bank Holiday weekend the Old Medicine House will be a Contemporary Gallery, which means that 50% of the sales will go to The Blackden Trust.
Price £15 purchased through eventbrite.

Four timed entries on each day give access to the exhibition space and to the talk of the day, plus refreshments.
The Old Medicine House, off Bridge Lane, Blackden, Cheshire CW4 8BY
Sat 27 August and Sun 28 August
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