This is what's on our mind as we go about our storytelling business.
What's on yours?
It’s almost as if this man was born for the Ministry – and that’s why he’s our Minister of the Month for June.
Lara Mathers grew curious. What she had stumbled upon was quite unlike anything she had seen before and, quite frankly, it didn’t make any sense.
While everyone is enjoying the splendid sun shiny day, we wanted to take a moment to thank all those who have spared a penny or two to the Ministry of Stories Favourites Fund. So far we’ve raised a wonderful £1116.07 and are well on our way to our £3000 goal.
The Ministry was built on volunteer power, donations and goodwill. Having opened our doors, we have a long list of things that would make life better. And make story telling much much easier.
The Minister of Twirly Lightbulbs and Furry Rugs here. We are just opening the doors to our Ministry to Junior Ministers and visitors alike. But as you walk through the front doors, after your initial admiration of the glossy varnish and the orderly shelves, you’re probably wondering who has helped put this together.
While I am not one to talk about myself, I thought that potential volunteers and visitors may wish to know a little more about my Ministers. They beaver away for the Ministry at all hours, and are my eyes and ears, so will often be reporting back on the work that we are doing.
Every Ministry needs a troop of willing volunteers to help with its work. While I have been hard at work with very important Ministry stuff, a whole batch of very clever people have been ensuring that the Ministry can do what it does best – inspire and be inspired by a new generation of storytellers.