The Burgh Castle Almanac group has created an installation which will be on display at the Waveney Valley Sculpture Trail opening on Friday August 2. Burgh Castle Almanac is an archaeology and mental health project where a group of local people walk with intent at NAT’s Burgh Castle Roman Fort and make art in response, at Time and Tide Museum.  The work on the trail is a collective collaboration facilitated by artists Ian Brownlie and Sue Tyler.

Friday 2nd August to Sunday 8th September 2019. The Sculpture Trail will be open daily 10 – 5pm. Entry to the trail is free for 18 and under, £6 for adults and £5 for W&BA members. Waveney Valley Sculpture Trail, The Raveningham Centre, Beccles Road, Raveningham, Norfolk, NR14 6NU. More details at https://waveneyvalleysculpturetrail.com/

Burgh Castle Almanac is led by The Restoration Trust, and is part of Water Mills and Marshes, a major landscape project led by the Broads Authority and supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.