Writers’ workshops at festival in Fakenham
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You could learn about how to send your first tweet, write your memoirs or a TV blockbuster.
Words Across the Wensum is being organised as part of Active in Fakenham Week, which runs from August 20 - 28.
'We're looking at doing a very broad range off things,' said Active Fakenham's Richard Crook.
'We're aware that these skills are available in Fakenham so it's a chance to try something new. It ranges from Twitter coaching to writing stories for children.'
Social media guru Melanie Harriss is hosting an hour-long session on using Twitter at Fakenham Community Centre on Saturday, August 20 (2.15pm).
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It's free to charities and community groups, and £10 to commercial organisations. Booking advised via email@example.com.
Copywriter Julia Sandford-Cooke is running a workshop aimed at finding the right words to make an impact from 3.30pm. It's also free to community groups, £10 commercial organisations. Booking advised via firstname.lastname@example.org.
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On Monday, August 22 (10.15am) and Friday, August 26 (6.30pm), Heather De Lyon will be running workshops on writing your memoirs at the community centre. The £3 ticket price includes refreshments. E-mail email@example.com.
On Tuesday, August 23, there will be three sessions. Jenny Cunningham will be telling the story of Big Baby Sparrow's Adventure at Fakenham Library (11am). Admission to the session - suitable for children and adults - is free.
Heather De Lyon will be hosting a session on writing for children at the community centre (6.15pm). Tickets £3, book via firstname.lastname@example.org.
She'll be following this with a workshop on writing scripts for film, TV or radio at 7.30pm. Tickets £3, book via email@example.com.