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Walkhighlands Walk & Write Workshop 10 March

Following the success of the last Walk and Write day in November, WalkHighlands has again teamed up with Linda Cracknell to offer another outdoor writing workshop.

The day will be based in Pitlochry from 10.30am-4pm Saturday 10th March 2018 and costs £60 including lunch.

Award-winning author Linda Cracknell will lead a day workshop intended to stimulate and refresh your skills for writing inspired by landscape and walking, whether it’s for WalkHighlands reports, articles, or even for fiction with fully-realised settings. No prior writing experience is necessary. The day will include a short walk with guided note-taking activities followed by an indoor session for writing, discussion and sharing feedback. Lunch included. You can read a report from the last course held in November 2017 here. That workshop was fully booked so early booking is recommended.

Practicalities
The first part of the workshop will be outdoors, including an undemanding walk from Pitlochry Railway Station in which there will be guided activities to explore and observe our whereabouts. For lunch and an afternoon consolidating our writing, we will be based at Pitlochry Festival Theatre. Soup and sandwich, tea and coffee will be provided at lunchtime.

To Book
Please email Linda directly (linda.cracknell@btinternet.com) if you would like to note interest. A firm booking will not be made until your £60 is paid in full. This can be by paypal here. Please contact Linda if you need to pay by a different arrangement. Booking is needed by 22nd January latest and is recommended early in order to secure your place. No refund will be made unless the organisers cancel the event. Please notify of any dietary requirements on booking.




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