In honour of Terminus, the Roman god of boundaries, you are invited on a boundary drift along the Wrexham county borough boundary of Offa.
We will gather in the B & Q car park, just off Mold Road at 10am on Sunday 23rd February, and make our way along the Offa community boundary, heading in the direction of Regent Street and ending at the edge of Erddig Country Park on Wrexham Road.
The walk can be simply experienced, or you may wish to record it through photography, drawing, painting, poetry, video, recording sound, aroma, texture, or taste.
The walk might even include a bit of feasting, drinking and presenting offerings to the god Terminus!
You can walk at your own pace, in groups, or on your own.
The duration of the walk is entirely up to you.
Submitted outcomes of the walk will be printed as a newspaper.
All are welcome.
Further details of TERMINALIA – FESTIVAL OF PSYCHOGEOGRAPHY and the history of the roman God Terminus can be found at https://terminaliafestival.org.