Saturday 4 July | 4.30-6.30pm | via Zoom
Suitable for ages 12-18
What does it mean to write about your favourite places when you can’t visit them? This creative writing workshop will consider different stimuli for writing about place and support you to produce writing that celebrates the world around us, even when that world sometimes feels small.
Daisy Henwood is a writer, arts producer, and tutor. She is currently a producer for TOAST poetry, and her own work is interested in land, climate change, and reading/writing as ways of connecting with the natural world.
All of our workshops are FREE and will take place via Zoom. Places are limited so please register in advance!
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