Last week Sarah, Anna and Tina visited Queen’s Park Primary School to talk to some children from Year 6 about food and objects from the countries they or their families are originally from for an exhibition put on by Steve at Paddington Arts. Some of the countries represented by the children included Somalia, Kuwait, Sudan, Bangladesh and Morocco, and the children talked about what these things reminded them of, what they are for, when foods were eaten and what the things mean to them. It was lovely to hear the family stories that come out of talking about food and objects, and the wonderful diversity the school and wider community has.
Beverley Butler, Anna and Tina also met up last week to draft a programme as part of Mental Fight Club‘s exploration of heritage and the ‘archaeology of the mind,’ to take place in July and August.
We are also looking forward to Grove Park’s Summer Fair on 6th July, to be followed by a week-long dig with local primary schools in Grove Park from 8th July, and East Finchley’s Big Dig Weekend on 13th and 14th July!