Creative Writing Workshop – Old Rectory, Loughborough
12 July 2017
Wednesday 12th July 2017 – 10 am till 12 pm
Old Rectory Museum, Rectory Place, Loughborough, LE11 1UW
Standing in the Medieval centre of Loughborough on the edge of the modern town centre, the Old Rectory is a rare survival of a stone built 13th century manor house and represents 800 years of the town’s heritage.
In this workshop staged by Loughborough Archaeolgical and Historical Society, poet and short fiction writer Deborah Tyler-Bennett will use the setting and contents of the Old Rectory Museum as a stimulus for using history and atmosphere to create either poetry or prose.
All writers, both new and more experienced, are welcome to have a go at writing within a specific site and using objects and places to create memorable narratives.
Cost: £10.00 per person (which includes a donation to ORM funds.)
Contact Alison Mott to reserve your place:
Phone on 0791 442 1470.