Sunday, 15 April 2012


As well as writing stuff for this blog in spare moments, or running my own blog Stramashed, I'm lucky enough to actually to do a wee bit of heritage in my proper day job. Right now, that's a Heritage Lottery Scotland funded project called Identity, which also has its own blog and facebook page.

Here's a wee vid explaining what the project is all about...

The project will be launching a graphic novel later in the year, prepared by the project team and local schools - a couple of stories from the Tales of the Oak the blog have also been adapted. You can help decide the title of the graphic on the Identity blog.

The smashing wee video above really makes me want to watch classic 80s TV series Knightmare. Really looking forward to the graphic novel...and if we're extra lucky...the launch will be pretty special too.

For those who were also following the Sugar Sheds Campaign - which has been a bit quiet of late - we are hoping for a few interesting announcements there too over the next few weeks. Fingers crossed.

And back here on Tales of the Oak, we're busy preparing for May's annual Captain Kidd Month.

Hibernation over all round.

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