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| Bollington Festival Labyrinth
As part of the 2009 Bollington Festival in Bollington, Cheshire, Jeff Teasdale and Bramhall sculptor Lorna Green were commissioned to design and construct a large stone labyrinth next to the Middlewood Way recreational trail in the town. It incorporated 78 standing stones from Endon Quarry in Kerridge and is being used as an 'interactive' piece, rather than a purely visual feature. This project was developed in conjunction with the Bollington Festival Committee, Cheshire east Council, and the National Lottery.
As part of the Lottery bid, Lorna Green and Jeff Teasdale then ran 'labyrinth workshops' in all the Bollington schools, so that each school was able to understand something of the culture and the maths behind this 3000 year-old design, and have one of their own in their school grounds.