31
May
2022
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17:12
Europe/London

Free ‘Writing for Wellbeing’ workshops: Festival of Libraries 2022

The Centre for New Writing is delighted to be taking part in this year’s Manchester UNESCO City of Literature’s Festival of Libraries, which takes place 15-19 June 2022.

In partnership with Creative Manchester, the Centre for New Writing is facilitating five ‘Writing for Wellbeing’ workshop sessions taking place across Greater Manchester libraries. 

The free workshops will explore how creative writing can have positive effects on mental health and wellbeing. We know first-hand the benefits that creative writing can have, and we are delighted to offer these sessions for interested readers and writers, and those who are curious about creative writing as part of their own personal wellbeing. 

Workshops will be led by one of three professional writers: Chad Campbell (Rochdale and Oldham), Rebecca Hurst (Ashton and Stretford) and Maryam Hessavi (Wigan).

Space is limited to 15 places per workshop so booking is essential.

To find out more and to book, follow this link.

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