Tag Archives: Eric Ngalle Charles
‘More Fiya’, including Kandace Siobhan Walker and a Poem by Ange Grunsell
As we take our ease from all the excitement of Hay Festival and stretch out to enjoy a few days of glorious summer weather. The evenings are light, long and balmy, filled with flitting birds and the distant sound of … Continue reading
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Hay Writers in Offa’s Dyke Path 50th Anniversary Celebrations
It’s been an exciting week of writing and now we slip seamlessly into July. On the 10th of this month Offa’s Dyke Path will be celebrating it’s 50th anniversary and we are delighted to announce that 2 of the Hay … Continue reading
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