The East Riding Festival of Words has launched its Poetry Competition for 2021.The competition will reach its climax with an event in the New Year. The theme of the competition is “My Reasons to be Cheerful”.
‘Save The Last Dance For Me’ is the latest book from former Hull KR player and Hedon resident Keith Pollard. Royalties will go to Mose Masoe.
CREATIVE CORNER a new series that will seek to showcase the work of talented local Holderness residents in the fields of poetry, writing, art, crafts and visual arts.
Do you enjoy writing? A small, informal and friendly writing group meets every Friday at 9.45am for two hours in the Hobby Room at Holderness Grange.
DANNY PLATTEN an ex-Hull trawler skipper living in Holderness Grange, Hedon is making the news this week due to the success of his latest book. Charlie: A Hull Story tells the tale of Charlie Robinson growing up in the Hessle Road community of the 1950’s. It’s a story of laughter, […]
Lucy Brooke at the fireside where she creates her characters and plots for Static, the book that has got her writing talents noted at a national level…
HULL U3A, the group for retired and semi-retired people, is holding creative writing classes ‘Writing for Fun’ at Holderness Grange Lifestyle Village…
One of the aims of the Workshop is to encourage budding writers to enter the Val Wood Prize for Creative Fiction 2013…
Published Author, Penny Grubb, is back in Hedon again on Friday 10th May 2013 when she will be giving a talk on “Getting a novel off to a good start”.
“Very sorry but we have decided to cancel today’s (22nd Jan 2013) creative writing at Holderness Grange due to the nasty weather.
The next session will take place on Tuesday, January 29th at 2.15pm.”
“We meet on Tuesdays, every two to three weeks depending on who’s available, at 2.15 pm in the craft room of Holderness Grange.
IT’S NATIONAL POETRY DAY on Thursday 4th October 2012 (tomorrow)! The theme for the day is “Stars”. It’s a day for poetry readings and other events to take place, for poets and poetry lovers. The Hedon Blog normally publishes its Wednesday Writers across tea time today – but […]