A Special Day of Writing on Sunday, 12th May

Writing Notebooks

Now that the dust has settled on a tremendous first Brewery Lane Writers’ Weekend it’s time to send out details of a rather special day of writing that I have planned for Sunday, 12th May in Brewery Lane Theatre, Carrick-on-Suir.

The proceeds of the day’s workshop will go to a special charity, Cottage Autism Network. 
It will be a day of writing in the stimulating and creative company of other writers and I am not setting a particular fee for this. Instead it will be a Pay What You Can day. If, at the moment, taking a day out to write seems a luxury to you because of economic realities please come along and Pay What You Can. If you have the means at the moment to pay the usual rate (€60) or are moved to pay more then, I repeat, please Pay What You Can. I’ll trust that it will all work out in the best way. All contributions to be offered in an envelope on the day – let’s be discreet.

Trudi Doyle exhibition

Numbers will be limited so it’s important that you book this with me. Please let me know by Monday, 6th May (Bank Holiday) if you intend to be part of this.  The workshop will run from 10.30am to 4.30pm. Teas / coffees will be provided but for lunch please bring something to eat and maybe a little extra to share.

Lunch to share

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