Extract from the February 2014 edition of the Norfolk Magazine
‘Bravo to Bergh Apton with its plans for a new, brilliant community project.
……there’s a wealth of creative and cultural events taking place in 2014. The one I’m most looking forward to is being put on by the village of Bergh Apton famed for its fabulous sculpture trails. This year it’s taking on a different challenge. A Mystery Play Cycle. On three weekends in May/June four plays based on the Legend of the Rood will be performed in the village. The audience and cast will be led by wandering minstrels through the beautiful countryside from location to location. People from 11 neighbouring villages will be involved. I live in one of them and as my thespian days are behind me I am honoured to have been given a role as one of the patrons alongside the Bishop of Norwich and the author Louis de Bernieres.
I feel so lucky to live in a part of the world where people put their time and effort into events like this. Bravo to Bergh Apton and all the other communities in Norfolk with the same adventure and imagination.’