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28th February 2011
Helen Coxan came down to the Basement to talk about the Wild About Wool project and how it links with the Slaithwaite Moonraking Festival. Story-teller Christine McMahon also popped in to talk about story-telling and to share a traditional English folk-tale with us (she was performing later that night down at the Watershed as part of Moonraking and by all accounts – it was a great night).
Then we had a report from the fabulous Imbolc Festival in Marsden (fabulous and this year rather soggy!). And Adele Poppleton, Arts Manager at Kirklees Council, popped in to talk about the Compagnie des Quidams event at Marsden and some of the discussion that has generated locally.
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