Mythstories is a charity working with traditional tales. Here you will find some of our favourites, together with ideas for story-based activities for families, groups of children or whole classes. You can find out more about our museum and the artefacts it holds, and about Mythstories' storytelling events and outreach projects.
Mythstories is Where Words Work. Explore and enjoy.
Storytelling is an effective tool that can be used across the curriculum, not just in English. Here you will find tried and tested resources that will work in your classroom, They can be easily adapted for small or large groups and many are equally suitable for home educators.
Mythstories collects beautiful objects from around the world that can be used to tell stories, and commissions new storytelling objects from skilled artists and craftworkers. The collection can be seen in the halls and corridors of University Centre Shrewsbury's Guildhall campus. Our large library focuses on traditional tales and their uses. You are welcome to come, read the volumes and view the objects during University public opening hours.
View a film-story of “Ned Pugh of Llanymynech” and get site details and a walking route to plan your walk around Llanymynech Limeworks Heritage Area.
View a film-story of “Hogstow Hall” and get site details and a walking route to plan your walk from Crowsnest to Hope.
View a film-story of “Milburga ~ Flight Across the Ford” and get site details and a walking route to plan your visit to Acton Scott.
A Creativity Challenge to make a traditional-style story for a nearby public sculpture with a video from Wednesfield in 2001.
View a film-story of “Wild Edric” and get site details and a walking route to plan your visit to the Stiperstones.