Storytelling and Remembrance

Posted on 4th November 2015

Today our Sensory Storytellers attended

A people’s festival of storytelling and remembrance

Absent Friends festival takes place across Scotland from 1-7 November


Because dead ordinary people live on in the memories and stories we share.

We would like to thank Maureen Phillip from Pamis for a lovely Monday morning. We had an excuse to remember, to tell stories, to celebrate and to reminisce about people we love who have died. Thank-you from Tayberry Sensory Storytellers

Tayberry Tales First Graduate

Posted on 19th October 2015


Grahame has completed his Multi Sensory Storytelling Training Programme

He has been a fantastic ambassador for this exciting project

‘The best thing for myself about the project was to take a story and make it alive’

Sensory Storytelling Today 21.9.15

Posted on 22nd September 2015

Fantastic Sensory Storytelling today.

11 students from the Whitetop Centre attended 3 story sessions today.


WELL DONE  🙂 Grahame, Jason & Channyn.