A six-day project in the summer of 1984 for school children, based around the legend of the Densala tribe. They were told about a previous vicar who lived at the Old Rectory who was a keen archaeologist. They listened to a recording of this vicar on an old reel-to-reel tape recorder. He said that he’d discovered that many years ago a tribe called the Densala had lived in harmony there worshipping a God. The project involved discovery, music, dance, cooking, making shelters, costumes and jewellery, and concluded with a procession, a feast and a performance. Children from four schools were invited to take part, and played the roles of Hunters, Farmers, Rulers and Priests.