Saturday 21 June 2014
Tutors: Helena Attlee and Emma Beynon
This inspiring day will encourage you to develop your writing skills in the stimulating context of the Trust’s Rodd Farm. The Rodd lies in a beautiful valley on the banks of the Hindwell Brook. With pen and paper in hand, you will explore ancient woodlands, water meadows, hollow ways and the hidden details of this protected landscape.
We will introduce you to an eclectic mix of the finest writing past and present, carefully selected to enrich our experience of this unique environment.
In this small supportive group, there will be plenty of feedback from experienced writers; you can expect to leave the day with some finely crafted writing and the skills to develop new writing habits.
Please email to check availability. Then complete and return a booking form with payment. Further details will be sent on confirmation of booking. The workshop runs from 10am - 4pm. Tea and coffee provided; bring a packed lunch.
Tutors - together Helena Attlee and Emma Beynon have the teaching skills and professional writing experience to lead workshops in this exciting new context. Helena is a well-established non-fiction author, feature writer and Consultant Fellow of the Royal Literary Fund. Her latest book, 'The Land Where Lemons Grow', published by Penguin books, is BBC Radio 4's Book of the Week from 21st April. Emma Beynon has taught writing in a variety of different contexts. In 2007 she developed the Write Team, an innovative creative writing project managed by Bath Festivals. Her writing has been published in the Globe Theatre programme as well as 'Marine Quarterly' and 'Yachting Monthly'.