Schedule

Coming up 2017/18

22nd – 23rd July – Festival of Archaeology 2017 – Salisbury Museum
10am – 3pm
We’ll have a stand in the grounds of the museum all weekend and there will be a workshop on Sunday 1.30-2.30pm where you’ll have the chance to build ‘BrickHenge’, a scale model of Stonehenge, with bricks, a couple of sticks and a piece of string.

24th July – 3rd September – Exhibition at English Heritage Stonehenge Visitor Centre – Stonehenge

7th September – Heritage Open Days workshop – Stonehenge landscape
10am – 1pm

18th September 2nd October – Exhibition at Salisbury Library

15th December – Focus group for Group 2 participants – Stonehenge Education room
10am – 1pm
Led by Dr Vanessa Heaslip

18th – 20th December – Theoretical Archaeology Group Conference – Cardiff University
Session on archaeology and mental health. Places for 4 participants to attend and take part in the session. Opportunities to contribute to planning the session, starting Oct 2017

6th April 2018 – Focus group for Group 2 participants – Stonehenge Education room
10am – 1pm
Led by Dr Vanessa Heaslip

13th April – Human Henge conference on historic landscapes and mental health – Bournemouth University
Opportunities to be involved in planning, attending, presenting.

 

Group 2 Sessions 

13th January to 22nd March 2017

 

When What Where
Friday 13th Jan,

10 – 1

Orientation meeting at Stonehenge Education Room. Practising the trip to Stonehenge and familiarisation with the Stonehenge Visitor Centre Stonehenge Education Room. Stonehenge Visitor Centre
Friday 20th Jan, 10 – 1 Session 1. Introduction to Human Henge. Meet at Stonehenge Education Room. Drive to Woodhenge and Durrington Walls for noise and boasting. Drive back to Stonehenge Education Room. Stonehenge Education Room. Woodhenge.
Friday 27th Jan, 10 – 1 Session 2. Cursus, Barrow, Cemetery. Meet at Stonehenge Education Room. Walk in the historic landscape, guided meditation, sitting between the barrows. Leave from Stonehenge Education Room. Stonehenge Education Room. Stonehenge historic landscape.
Friday 3rd Feb, 10 – 1 Session 3. Fargo Wood. Meet at Stonehenge Education Room. Walk to Fargo Wood, woodcraft. Leave from Stonehenge Education Room. Stonehenge Education Room. Fargo Wood
Friday 10th Feb, 10 – 1 Session 4. Cuckoo Stone. Meet at Stonehenge Education Room. Drive to Cuckoo Stone, ancestors with Chartwell Dutiro and Prof. Tim Darvill. Drive back to Stonehenge Education Room. Stonehenge Education Room. Cuckoo Stone.
Friday 17th Feb, 7 – 9 Session 5. Evening Walk. Meet at Woodhenge. Drive to the Cursus, and walk to look at the stars with Prof. Tim Darvill. Drive back to Woodhenge. Woodhenge. Cursus.
Friday 24th Feb, 10 – 1 Session 6. Neolithic Houses and Collections. Meet at Stonehenge Education Room, visit exhibition and Neolithic Houses with Stonehenge staff and volunteers. Leave from Stonehenge Education Room Stonehenge Education Room. Stonehenge Visitor Centre.
Friday 3rd March, 10 – 1 Session 7. Pottery and reflection on the experience so far. Meet at Stonehenge Education Room, make pots with Mark Vyvyan-Penney and fire them outside. Leave from Stonehenge Education Room. Stonehenge Education Room. Stonehenge Visitor Centre.
Friday 10th March, 10 – 1 Session 8. The Avenue and King Barrow Ridge. Meet at Stonehenge Education Room. Drive to the National Trust Cottage and then walk in the landscape. Drive back to Stonehenge Education Room. Stonehenge Education Room. National Trust Cottage.
Friday 17th March, 10 – 1 Session 9. Creative workshop. Meet at Stonehenge Education Room for a creative workshop with Chartwell Dutiro preparing for Stone Circle event. Stonehenge Education Room.
Wednesday 22nd March, 8 – 1 Session 10. Stone Circle and final celebration. Meet at Stonehenge Education Room. Walk to Stone Circle and back for feasting in the Stonehenge Education Room Stonehenge Education Room. Stone Circle.