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Picking your words -Creative Writing at the Locksmith's House

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19 May 2018

Heritage Workshops & Talks, Events at The Locksmith's House, Willenhall, advance-booking

This is a Heritage Skills Daytime Course.

Booking is essential. Please note this event takes place at The Locksmith's House, Willenhall

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19 May 2018

Come and unlock your creative side with our poet-in-residence Dave Reeves.

 /media/events/library/hlf_logo_job_sites-custom.pngDave will be using the surroundings and atmosphere of our sister Museum in Willenhall - the Locksmith's House, to offer you some highly original themes to latch onto, give key pointers about your story writing, and guide you through the day in a safe and supportive environment.

Suitable for writers at any stage of their writing journey, there will be a welcoming atmosphere and the small numbers will guarantee personal support.

About the tutor: Dave Reeves

Dave is the Museum’s Poet in Residence. He has held many writing residencies around the Midlands including Stourbridge Library, and was Literature Development Officer for Sandwell Libraries. Editor and publisher of the regional new writing magazine Raw Edge magazine, until 2009, he currently broadcasts for the online radio station He has published numerous works as a poet, a historian and a spoken word artist. His latest book is Black Country Dialectics from Offa's Press. "... one of the areas best respected poets" Wolverhampton Express & Star. 

  • Booking Details

This is a Heritage Skills Daytime Course, part of the IgnitEd Programme

Tickets now on sale

Book online now or call our Bookings Team on 0121 520 8054 (Mon-Fri, 10am -4pm)*

*An admin fee of £3 is charged should you wish to have your tickets printed and posted rather than email.

Time: 10.00am - 3.00pm

Location: The Locksmith's House, Willenhall (not BCLM)

Maximum Places: 6

Cost: £25 per person includes a certificate of completion, refreshment vouchers and lunch voucher.

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