BRIDGET WHELAN writer

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Writing from Nature – a six week course in the Sussex countryside

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Come and join me on a six week nature writing course that I am running in Foredown Tower, a unique location on the edge of Portslade where the town and the countryside meet. It is an opportunity to experiment with a range of techniques and to explore the physical world in your writing.

Foredown Tower is a former water tower with wonderful views across the Sussex countryside.  It was built over 100 years as the water tower for Foredown Hospital, an isolation hospital that was demolished in the 1980s. It is now an adult learning centre and the home of a camera obscura.

Foredown Tower in Portslade, East Sussex, England

Foredown Tower in Portslade, East Sussex, England (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The course starts on Wednesday morning June 5th Wed at 10 am and the cost is £58/£47 concessions. Contact me if you’d like to find out more (see the column on the left) but to enrol you can ring the Portslade Adult Learning Team on 01273 422632 or click HERE to enrol online

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3 comments on “Writing from Nature – a six week course in the Sussex countryside

  1. angelanowak
    May 28, 2013

    Sounds enchanting. How I wish I was closer!

  2. bridget whelan
    May 28, 2013

    I think it will be pretty special and it’s a great location.

  3. Vikki Thompson
    May 29, 2013

    Looks and sounds wonderful honey xx

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