What’s On

Jean will be on site at Acton Scott Historic Working Farm on the following days, to talk, read poems, write poems and enjoy the farm through words with visitors of all ages. You’ll spot poetry games and installations around the farm – it really is for everyone.

Sunday 20 April – Easter Sunday
Monday 21 April – Easter Monday
Tuesday 29 April – in the Shepherd Poet’s Hut

Wednesday 14 May – in the Shepherd Poet’s Hut
Sunday 18 May –  in the Shepherd Poet’s Hut
Sunday 25 May – Bank Holiday weekend
Monday 26 May – Bank Holiday weekend
Thursday 29 May – Whit week

Sunday 1 June – Bee Day AND Acton Scott Poetry Workshop 10.30am – 12.30pm (£10) – everyone welcome, please contact Jean to book. Limited places.
Sunday 8 June – Midland Oil Engine Club Day
Wednesday 11 June – in the Shepherd Poet’s Hut
Tuesday 17 June – in the Shepherd Poet’s Hut
Friday 20 June –  in the Shepherd Poet’s Hut
Sunday 29 June – in the Shepherd Poet’s Hut

Tuesday 1 July – in the Shepherd Poet’s Hut
Tuesday 8 July – in the Shepherd Poet’s Hut
Friday 18 July – in the Shepherd Poet’s Hut

Saturday 19 July – ‘Poems for the Farm’ – our end of Residency Poetry Reading, 3pm to 5pm in the New Barn at Acton Scott Historic Working Farm SY6 6QN

 

Come and hear poetry from many voices!  Poets who have contributed work to The Poetry Fence and in the Shepherd’s Poet Hut will read their work.  Jean Atkin will read some of her own work created during this residency, some of it in collaboration with the photographs of Andrew Fusek Peters.

 Please book your FREE ticket/s for this event and enjoy a complimentary Cream Tea by emailing jean@wordsparks.co.uk or sign up via the Facebook event or ring 01694 781307

 

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