Friday was a tough day! I had to prepare for Saturday where we were running workshops for 60 young people throughout the day, so it is like running 2 workshop at the same time throughout the day! This required really good organisation and so I prepared for a session in Corbridge Museum with Dr Frances McIntosh where we inspired everyone with Roman face-pots in different sizes and designs. I also made a sample pot, weighing the wool, and then wrote step-by-step instructions. I then weighed out the wool into 60 separate bags - one for each person, to speed things up the next day. The camp consisted of older Scouts, Explorer Scouts and their leaders, who are going to Iceland next year. They came from all over the North East - Hexham, Whitley Bay, Morpeth, Newcastle and further afield and it was a great opportunity to involve young men and women from a wide area in our project - every one a modern Frontier Voice here at Hadrian’s Wall.