The month of May is just around the corner. What better way to embrace the sultry divide between Spring and Summer, than with a Halfmoon Past & Present workshop.
This will be an easy walk of just over 3 miles, charting the industrial, woodland, park and village landscapes of Aberdare, an important Welsh mining town in the South of Wales. Writers will walk through the central landscape of the area, exploring the geographical (and personal) juxtapositions between the past and present, childhood and adulthood, histories and futures.
The workshop will conclude with lunch and further writing at local pub, the Gadlys Arms.
Date/Time: Saturday, May 18th from 11am to 3pm
Meeting Point: Aberdare Train Station
Price: £14 per person, £12 for concessions (students, over 60s)
Boot 2 rating (easy/moderate)
The workshop will be lead by Halfmoon workshop leader, Christina Thatcher.
As always our workshops create an informal, supportive, and inspiring atmosphere, so anyone who loves walking — whether they’re a fledgling or experienced writer — will be welcome! There will be a variety of writing exercises along the way so everyone will be expected to bring a pen/pencil and notepad with them. Writers working in any genre, and at any level, are welcome to attend.
To book please contact Anna: firstname.lastname@example.org