Writers Enjoying Words

Some of Our Work

We have recently put together a collection of some of our work : Writers Enjoying Words Collection

Writers Enjoying Words

Contact: Richard Garman

Please note: due to pressure of numbers, this group is now no longer accepting new members. However, a second group has been established - see Writers 2


King Lear Prizes : the new national creative arts competition for over 70s stuck at home because of Coronavirus. Updated! Now something for the over 60s too!

Of Interest

Richard writes

"We meet on alternate Mondays at St. David’s Hall [Map] from 10:15 to 12:15pm. We enjoy words. We don’t spend our time criticising grammar, rhyme or meter. We listen to prose and poems that members have written, although that is optional, then kick around our reactions to both the style and content of the work. We always welcome new minds to stimulate us and give feedback, so please come along and give us a piece of your mind.

Many people say ‘I don’t know what to write about’. If you want an idea, look at a WW1 poem. Many of you will know somebody who can relate back to those times, and this is a very timely opportunity to put down any anecdotes or experiences so that you can share them with others.

When the whistle blows, we go over the top into No-man’s Land.

See you there!"

Calendar for Writers Enjoying Words