Walking with Words was cancelled last year due to impending storms. It has been rescheduled for the 28th April 2017, 10:00-16:00.
With local poet Ivor Murrell and landscape writer Melinda Appleby, take a four-mile walk via waterside paths and boardwalks along the glorious Blyth Estuary, past Angel Marsh and Dead Man’s Covert. Hear poems about the area en route, and bring a notebook to capture your own words. Concentrate on using the senses — smell, taste as well as sight and hearing.
In the afternoon, in Blythburgh Village Hall, we shall write our own poetry or prose about our walk experiences, in a workshop led by Ivor and Melinda.
Tea and Coffee is included, bring a packed lunch, or there is the optional extra of lunch at The White Hart in Blythburgh, just across the road from our meeting venue, Blythburgh Village Hall, in London Road, Blythburgh. (IP19 9LQ)
Cost for the event £10 (£2 discount to Suffolk Poetry Society and W&B Arts members) To book, or for further information contact Melinda at email@example.com 0r call 01449 766879
This is a Suffolk Poetry Society and Waveney and Blyth Arts joint event.