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Join poet Kirsten Luckins at Norton Library on Thursday 6 October for a workshop full of poems to inspire your own writing about nature, from animal encounters and observed details to meditations on how the environment and the crisis it faces impacts on our spirits. Kirsten’s collection Passerine was longlisted for the Laurel Prize for Eco-Poetry in 2021. She will introduce you to the simple techniques she used to create this collection.

Opening Times

1 - 3pm


Tickets £3. Booking essential. To book, please visit the Visitor Information Centre, 134B High Street,
Stockton-on-Tees or call 01642 528130


Address: Norton Library, High Street, Norton, Stockton-on-Tees, UK

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