Warmth, love and a TV

.... is what the Queen of the Bottom Of The Sea would need if she were to feel at home according to the Reception Class at St Patrick's. The villagers donned their goggles, fins and aqualungs before diving to the bottom of the bottom of the bottom of the sea in their adventure this week. And what will they come up with for the story behnd the wooden fish with the head that comes off to reveal a ruby ring inside? Hope to find out soon.

MOUS at St Patricks

Today the Time Space Portal landed in the school hall of St Patricks Primary School - and what a day was had. Year 5 and 6 were visited by Stokey Pilgrim and then created two fantastic stories for the Museum. Looking forward to seeing them in print. Thanks to Nathan in  Year 6 for the first submission. 

Watch out for MoUS

 .....the Museum of Untold Stories time and space portal is at rest purring nicely in St Patrick's Primary School just off the York Rd in Leeds and we do have some summer term spaces in the tour schedule if you could put us in contact with any of the primary schools, festivals and galas you have in your hearts. Thanks to Leeds Inspired we come at little or no cost to community venues.
Carry is back from  skiing!

Downtown thinking ....

Today Martin Riley and Carry Franklin are meeting in downtown Leeds to begin to grow a new show. Watch out for steam coming out of an eating place!

Wintry Spring

Here's a look at a recent Princess. Next autumn the ambassador Lorraine de Lisle will be on another adventure. More news later but for now here's a memory from Holy Family Primary School Leeds.

Goodbye Princess

Tomorrow is the Princess' final visit to school this year. It has been some tour. We have had the wonderful privelege to work with so many fantastic staff and children across 21 schools in Leeds - and to eat 21 different chocolates cakes - most of which were truly memorable.
We shall be returning to Lyonnesse tired but very happy... and just a few pounds heavier. 

Watch out Middleton St Philip's

The rumour is that the space time portal from The Museum Of Untold Stories has landed in your school hall ready to work with Year 1 right through to Year 6.
And Reception children too - no space time travelling, just a trip to the bottom of the sea. Wheeee!

MoUS this evening

MoUS is at the Headingley LitFest with a story making version for teenagers and older people at 6 pm tonight. For details please see
It's free admisssion thanks to Leeds Inspired.

Brilliant writing from New Bewerley Community School and Hob Moor Children's Centre

Have a look at the Children page. Well done New Bewerley and Hob Moor ... Stone and Strap and the Frock in the Cage for starters.

This afternoon ....

One and a half hours to go to MoUS at The Headingley LitFest.