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Are you a writer who wants to develop their craft? Do you live with illness, disability, or a chronic or life-limiting condition? This is the workshop for you.

Saturday 11th December
Zoom – joining details will be shared with you before the workshop.
£5 or free for low income with the code ‘WRITE’. Self-certification, no proof needed.
Places limited – booking is essential

Join author Sandra Jensen for this two-hour workshop and explore how you can write well no matter what constraints life imposes upon you, or how little energy you have.Your writing may be inspired from personal life, your intuition or your imagination. It does not matter. You will be encouraged to step out of your own way and open up your ‘child eyes’ to whatever wants to be expressed on the page. You will stop thinking about writing and write.You’ll learn tips, tricks, and tools to help you feel confident as a writer, and keep writing no matter what else is happening in your life. This workshop takes place in a relaxed, friendly, and supportive environment. It will support you to discover the exhilaration and power of writing without expectation – joyous, for yourself, a thrilling and sometimes life-changing experience.

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