Where? Moseley Hive, 93a Alcester Road, B13 8DD
When? 12.30-2.30pm, Tuesday 12th and 19th October 2021. You can come to either or both!
What? Poetry or prose on the theme of the cycle of life, drawing inspiration from the trees, flowers, wildlife, headstones and history in the churchyard nearby.
How much? It’s FREE!
What will happen?
– Reading some inspirational paragraphs and poems
– Photographs from St Mary’s churchyard nearby (you can visit it during, before or after the workshop if you wish – there is a level-access entrance on St Mary’s Row)
– Writing as much or as little as you wish, in any form you like – I will give detailed suggestions
– Sharing some of what you’ve written if you want to
Who can come? Anyone who can read and write English, whether you are new to creative writing or have published several books!
Who is leading it? Chris Fewings is a poet and writer with wide experience of facilitating writing workshops.
Booking: It’s a drop-in, but if you can please let me know you’re coming: email email@example.com, or send a message to 07952 909804 (text, WhatsApp, voicemail, Signal)
Getting there: Bus routes 50, 35 and 1 stop nearby. On a bicycle, you can leave the Rea Valley cycle route where it crosses Edgbaston Road, and come up Park Hill and Chantry Road.
Food and drink: You can make yourself a tea or coffee (donation invited)
Distancing: Take sensible precautions, and respect other people’s space.
Accessibility: Moseley Hive is on the ground floor, with level access from the pavement. Let me know any special needs and how I can help.