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Students celebrate Museum Week

Students celebrate Museum Week

As a celebration of Museum Week and Small Charity Week, 19-25 June, a group of first-year Level3 Art & Design students from North Hertfordshire College, Hitchin, took part in a...
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Hertfordshire Grid for Learning

Hertfordshire Grid for Learning

Have a look at Hertfordshire Grid for Learning, News, Events & Meetings, to download your Prehistory INSET Day flyer.
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Vote for Celtic Harmony

Vote for Celtic Harmony

Celtic Harmony calls out for votes to bag a share of bag charge fund. Tesco has teamed up with Groundwork to launch the monthly funding scheme, Bags of Help, which sees grants...
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Visit Herts Celebration

Visit Herts Celebration

New tourism initiative Visit Herts hosted its first summer networking party at De Vere Theobalds Park. Celtic Harmony is looking forward to working in partnership with other tourist attractions, local councils...
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Hertford Castle Heritage Day

Hertford Castle Heritage Day

We really enjoyed working in partnership with Hertford Town Council for Hertford Castle Heritage Day. It was great to see so many families enjoying the re-enactments, archery and crafts. Our Wild...
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My Best School Trip Award

My Best School Trip Award

A big congratulations to Sacred Heart RC Primary School for being selected as one of five top finalists for the My Best School Trip Award for their Stone Age Day at...
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Ryanna's Blog: A Time for Feasts

Ryanna's Blog: A Time for Feasts

The good thing about farming is, you can plan ahead and, if all goes well, you can grow enough to store and see you through the lean months. Our goddesses give...
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Ryanna's Blog: Wheat and Barley

Ryanna's Blog: Wheat and Barley

You can grow food, like peas, wheat, oats and barley, and you can go out and gather, hunt and fish. We raise animals, too: sheep, goats, pigs and cattle. There's nothing...
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Ryanna's Blog: New tools

Ryanna's Blog: New tools

When people began to make polished stone axes it was far easier to fell trees and clear land for farming. We didn't just make things from stone, though. You can make a...
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Ryanna's Blog: The Hunting Grounds

Ryanna's Blog: The Hunting Grounds

The path to the hunting grounds. Further into the forest there are no paths, just certain trees, streams, pools, to tell you where you are. A long time ago the tribes of the forest...
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Hertfordshire Life - Best Family Welcome Award

Hertfordshire Life - Best Family Welcome Award

Hertfordshire Life has covered our Best Family Welcome Award in its business pages! Herts' Iron Age settlement attraction Celtic Harmony at Brickendon has won an award from the 2015 Get Creative Family...
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BIG News - it's Beltane!

BIG News - it's Beltane!

Join us on 1st May for the Beltane Summer FestivalHere you can read some of the press articles about Beltane.Don't forget to book in advance! Click here to access the...
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Best Family Welcome Award!

Best Family Welcome Award!

Celtic Harmony was awarded the 'Best Family Welcome' by the 2015 Get Creative Family Arts Festival, at an awards ceremony on Wednesday 30 March 2016 at the Albany in London. The charity...
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Local Sustainability Fund Awarded

Local Sustainability Fund Awarded

Celtic Harmony is one of a handful of charities in the South East to have been given a Local Sustainability Fund award, in an announcement made by The Cabinet Office last...
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Potty about Prehistory

Potty about Prehistory

Our Heritage Director, Luca Parrella, has been delighted to work with the Curator, Eleanor Baumber, and the team at Mill Green Museum to contribute to the 'Potty about Prehistory' exhibition. There is...
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