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Yellow Wood is pleased to offer a writing workshops hosted in our lovely cafe space upstairs by Sarah Dale.
In this series of workshops, we will be using physical objects and experiences to prompt creative writing. The aim is to use writing as a means of expression and containment, to attend to our emotional well-being. Writing is known to be an effective way of supporting psychological health.
These sessions are not about being ‘good at’ creative writing, but about using the exercises, prompts and support of the group to explore ways of surprising, delighting and soothing ourselves in what can feel like troubling times.
The workshop sessions will run from 13:30 until 15.30. Drinks & Lunch are not provided but can be catered for at additional cost if you contact us in advance.
Places are strictly limited so please book now to avoid disappointment. Our workshops are suitable for anyone aged 18+. If you have any access requirements, please let us know in advance.
To buy your ticket, you can click the relevant 'Buy a Ticket' button in the workshop section below. This will take you through to an EVENTBRIGHT web page where you can pay for your ticket securely. If you have any difficulty with this or need more information or advice, please contact the cafe directly and we will help to answer your questions.
NOTE REGARDING COVID: Whilst Covid is still prevalent, please don’t attend if you are feeling unwell, and consider doing a lateral flow test. We won’t be checking this as an entry requirement but it would be appreciated.
WRITING WORKSHOP (Starting Wednesday 11th May)
Sarah Dale has had a long career as an occupational psychologist with an interest and practise in writing. She completed an MA in creative writing at Birkbeck university in 2019. She has run a wide variety of workshops and currently runs the creative writing group at Maggie’s Centre, Nottingham. She is a firm believer in the power of the written word to put names and words to abstract thoughts and feelings, and by doing so we reveal a better understanding of ourselves. Creative activity such as writing can also be a lot of fun and distraction from what is going on in our lives.
For more information, please contact Sarah directly by emailing her at email@example.com