Tag Archives: Nature Writing

Words amongst Waterfalls 

Article by Lily Rose King The Brecon Beacons are an abundant source of inspiration for any writer, with a secluded retreat into their magic bound to stir creativity. This was the outcome when fellow Hay writer, Beth Flynn, and myself, … Continue reading

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February 18th – Poetry Workshop with Lesley Saunders

***STOP PRESS*** The Deadline for The Hay Writers’ Circle Poetry Competition 2020 is Tuesday 17th March – Results will be announced in April. All our competitions are open to non-members for a small fee and your entry will be very welcome. Info on … Continue reading

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Going Batty by Kerry Hodges

Going Batty by Kerry Hodges For the past two springs, I have been host to a battery. “What are you talking about?” I rightly hear you ask. “Finally lost your slippery grip?” Well, no actually, not for the moment anyway … Continue reading

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Women in Farming

Recently, photographer Billie Charity launched a new exhibition highlighting the rarely acknowledged world of women farmers. Her hard working subjects, like Billie herself, are based around Hay-on-Wye and range in age from 18 to 93 years old. Billie’s incredible exhibition … Continue reading

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