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Sleepovers and volunteers: presentation from the Ancient Technology Centre at the St Fagans conference
Luke demonstrated the importance of basing our work on clear aims and values in order to help us in the difficult choices that have to be made regarding health and safety on site. This was especially well-illustrated through his plan to develop sleepovers for school children. This involved negotiating safe solutions to preparation and safety. In addition, the work of constructing the sleepover facility - a Viking hall - was largely undertaken by volunteers, a very considerable undertaking.
The work that Luke and his team have undertaken has informed the plans that St Fagans is developing for its own sleepover facility - a medieval court based on Llys Rhosyr on Anglesey.
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