Oct 30th 2020~ With so many changes in our world, with some of us returning to different forms of confinement we each find ourselves trying to make sense of the days and weeks ahead as Christmas approaches.. Like everyone else I find it has woken me up to all I miss, friends, family, stories, interaction and so on. Yet nature remains the same~ beautiful, abundant and on this autumn day~full of life.

            

Here are some other links to where I am involved. This first link is also full of many fabulous storytellers telling wonderful tales. There is a donation pot on this first site:

www.worldstorytelling​cafe.com

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You can also visit the Society for Storytelling FB page​
​https://www.facebook.com/groups/14430125460/



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last updated Oct 30th 2020
Please note that all storytelling will only be on line while we are all in Lockdown. I wish you well this Easter.
Stay safe.
Paul.​​​




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​There you will be able to follow all the exciting things we are planning for 2019/20
​Its going to be a thrilling year! National storytelling week:

Paul Jackson
I was asked to create an illustration about grandparents and grandchildren who are denied access to one another. This situation is unbelievably unfair and I had to consider for some period of time before I realised the way to portray this would be to create a narrative of moments that leads to hope, for without hope, we are all lost. 
Here is a link to the Bristol Grandparents Support Group where you can see the illustration and read the full narrative of the piece.​ CLICK ON LINK BELOW;

https://www.bristolgrandparentssupportgroup.co.uk/blog/a-picture-paints-a-thousand-words/