For our 2014 retreat we retreated back to Plas Colwyn, in the relative civilisation of Beddgelert and all of its amenities (we mean procrastination opportunities).
Proof, if ever any were needed, that Wrekin Writers do write from time to time …
In February, Simon tried showing how using photographs and images can help us add more creativity to our text, add more descriptive detail, and also generate new ideas.
For our August meeting, we went travelling again, this time to Shrewsbury, to the venue of the Shropshire Wildlife Trust, which was adjacent to Shrewsbury Abbey, where our one-time President, Edith Pargeter, set her Brother Cadfael novels.
After having so much fun with a drumming workshop back in 2006, we decided it was time to bang those bongos one more time!
In 2009 we held out meeting in the National Trust’s Attingham Park, near Shrewsbury, and in the afternoon had a guided tour of this large country house, with its fascinating history.