Storyweaving is the website of Steph Bradley, sometimes known under her storytelling guise of WynnAlice.


Storyweaving brings together the several strands of Steph’s work; the active projects of Tales of Our Times, as well as her poetry and her well known blog posts, which can also be seen at and  as well as on Facebook


About Tales of Our Times


Tales of our Times is a not for profit initiative run by qualified teacher trainer Stephanie Bradley as a way of bringing her skills as a facilitator and storyteller, and the experiences and creativity developed during her several years involvement with the Transition Movement and the Transition Tales project, to a wider audience.


Amongst its current projects are:



 About Steph Bradley


Steph trained as a primary school teacher in the English Lakes, before taking to the sea, crewing on a yacht, and living in Brazil for 14 years where she taught all ages from 4-80, and trained teachers to teach English, designing and facilitating her own courses and those of Cambridge University. She has developed and implemented teaching materials and curricula, working as a consultant to private language schools in Brazil, and as Director of Studies for successful summer language schools for children and teens all over the UK.


She has been an active member of the TTT (Transition Town Totnes) Education Group since 2007 when she received funding to run the first ever TTT Youth Event (an interactive music festival for 11-18 yr olds), is facilitator of the Transition Tales project, and is passionate about the inclusion of young people in the building of strong local community.


From 2008 – 2011 Steph was Training Coordinator for the Transition Network, taking 6 months out in 2010 to walk around England collecting the tales of over 100 transition initiatives. The book telling the tales of this storywalk can be read, downloaded, and bought by clicking The Book tab at the top of this website page.


Nowadays she can be found gazing at the wonders in our hedgerows as she walks the lanes of South Devon, writing voraciously from her little whitewashed cottage in the heart of the tiny community minded village of Rattery, and dancing her heart and soul out with the magical deeply connected 5 rhythms community of Totnes.