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Creative Writing with Joy Winkler

Join us for this exciting creative writing workshop with former Cheshire Poet Laureate, published author, playwright and experienced workshop facilitator, Joy Winkler.

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Ebbing and Flowing Join us for this exciting creative writing workshop with former Cheshire Poet Laureate, published author, playwright and experienced workshop facilitator, Joy Winkler. Of this workshop, Joy says….

The tides have their inevitable ebb and flow and so does the trend for fiction and poetry. In this workshop we will look at current trends in the publication of several genre and we will also try to second guess the trends to come. Of course, as with all our workshops in this series the theme of ebbing and flowing could also be used to explore new characters and fascinating storylines along the way.

Times: 10.30am - 4pm

Price: £30 per person. Tea and coffee included. Parkland and garden entry included. Book on the Tatton Park website or call 01625 374428

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Prices

Event ticket prices

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All £30.00

The basics

Booking details

Call 01625 374428

Suitability

12 years and above

Meeting point

The Barn Rooms in the Stableyard. When you arrive at Tatton you will be directed to the meeting point by the gate staff.

What to bring and wear

Bring a packed lunch and your own preferred writing materials.

Accessibility

The workshop is a short walk away from the main car park.

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