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Creating a legacy: writing workshops in Cornwall

Older fishermen in Newlyn

Land Army women arriving for work with their suitcasesAs part of Heart of Conflict, our exhibition at the Royal Cornwall Museum on Cornwall during World War One, we’re running two writing workshops over the next couple of months.

 These are for complete beginners as well more experienced writers.  All are welcome. Entry is free and includes entry to the Museum. To book visit here or email susanroberts@bridging-arts.com.
Telling stories: Putting Pen to Paper

Wednesday 7th June
10:30 – 12:30

Inspired by our Heart of Conflict exhibition – looking at Cornwall in 1914-18 – this session will allow you to discover tales and write stories that, until now, have never been celebrated.

The exhibition looks at events across all classes, and affecting all lives: from conscientious objectors to stretcher bearers, the home front to the front line, the Women’s Land Army to the Nursing Yeomanry to the Munitionettes. From inventors to industrialists to factory workers.

You’ll uncover a wealth of material that will lead you to create a short story… perhaps the first of many.

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