Find out about the stories that are told using this intriguing box from Rajasthan in India.
It’s said a picture can tell a thousand words, this wooden riverturtle helped tell 1043 words.
Why does a legend last? The artefacts and images that made up the museum exhibit on Wild Edric of the Stiperstones.
Poets Dave Bingham & Kevin Bamford give voice to the characters in the enduring legend of Wild Edric of the Stiperstones.
Details about these vibrant illustrations of Shropshire Myths.
Details of the acrylic paintings at the heart of the Shropshire exhibit in Mythstories museum.
Find out about the 16 canvas panels detailing King Arthur’s enduring presence in Shropshire Legend.
Auca is an evolving tradition still telling stories today. See how Mythstories employed it to tell story of the ‘real life’ Robin Hood.
Get the background information on how giants claimed a place in the World’s First Story Museum.
Two paintings from Mythstories collection honouring the Hindu God Krishna.
The Hindu tale of a King, who became a hermit, a deer and nearly a human sacrifice.
Artist Joseph Scrobb’s sketchbook evaluation chronicling his response to the stories and the films in the Wise Words in Wild Places project.
View a film-story of “Sabrina” and get site details and easy access walking routes on Haughmond Hill.
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.
View a film-story of “Wild Edric” and get site details and a walking route to plan your visit to the Stiperstones.
Work Based Learning student Jordan shares his researches and a sneak preview of a scene from his Mummers play on the extremely short-lived Saint Rumwald. Suitable for Key Stage 3 up.
How to work with local folktales. With ideas for half day, whole day or longer projects. There are downloadable Welsh and English language versions of the stories used and lots of videos to watch.
Download a copy of the book written by Gladys Mary Coles & Dez Quarréll and retrace Mary Webb’s steps around her beloved Shrewsbury.