Abstract: Preliminary fluid inclusion measurements have been made on quartz (whole rocks and segregations) and garnet from a blueschist terrain. Although further measurements are required, the fluids apparently associated with the blueschist event are aqueous with no thermometrically detectable CO2, a feature which is consistent with mineral-fluid equilibria studies. The salinity of the fluid inclusions is highly variable, from almost pure H2O to halite saturation, and a mechanism involving hydration reactions, such as proposed by Crawford et al. (1979), is suggested. Fluid inclusions associated with the greenschist overprint, which has affected the terrain, are also aqueous in nature.