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MUNGRISDALE WRITERS MEET NEXT ON 27 SEPTEMBER 2018

Angela Locke looks forward to welcoming you on Thursday 27 September, from 10.30am-1.30pm at Mungrisdale Village Hall. Newcomers welcomed 

FORTHCOMING MEETINGS IN 2018: 11 OCTOBER (AGM)
8 & 22 NOVEMBER, 6 & 20 DECEMBER (CHRISTMAS LUNCH)  

NEW WRITING 26 APRIL | 10 MAY | 24 MAY | 7 JUNE | 5 JULY 2018

Running The Red Line at George Fisher, 24 August, 6pm, with Julie Carter

JULIE CARTER’S BOOK LAUNCH PHOTOS

LINK TO OUR BLOG | BLOG ARCHIVEHOMEWORK FOR 19 JULY 2018

Brochure for Rydal Hall Retreat (some spaces available) in July 2018
and for the Iona Writing Retreat in
 September 2018

Poet and Countryman Colin Armstrong recites his Memories here

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Did we have a good away day at Cumrew? (photos here)

Mungrisdale Writers believe everybody has creative writing talent waiting to be released, and provide a stimulating and enjoyable environment to encourage this

We aim to enable writing fiction, flash fiction, memoir, poetry & short stories

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You are welcome to come along for a free first taster session (membership fees thereafter here) and see whether you would like to join us. News and more can be found at our blog

mungrisdalewriters.com & tweeting @mngdalewriters

CONTACT the media & publicity secretary at mwgpublicity@gmail.com

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