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2.00pm - Alternate Thursdays
United Reformed Church, Grove Street, central Bath

Have you often felt you would like to try your hand at writing? Maybe a short story, a poem or even a novel?

Well perhaps your first port of call should be attending a Creative Writing group and the u3a group in Bath is ready to welcome you.

One of the best ways to develop your skills in writing is to first learn and understand the craft of it, and then challenge yourself by completing writing exercises.

We meet every two weeks for a couple of hours and during our sessions the attendees will read out a piece they have prepared from prompts supplied at the end of the previous meeting.The prompt may be the first line of your submission or a subject or a painting or photograph.

During the session you will have the opportunity to write something on subjects drawn randomly and are given 10 minutes to do so after which they are read out. (Reading is never compulsory).

Our meetings are on alternate Thursdays between 2.00 and 4.00 p.m at a room in the United Reformed Church in Grove Street, Bath. They are split into three terms and the fee for each term is £15 which covers the room rental charges.

So now is the time to turn your aspirations into reality and engage with like minded men and women at the Bath u3a Creative Writing Group.

If you would like to attend a meeting before making a firm commitment you are most welcome to do so.

We would welcome enquiries from interested members. If you'd like more information, u3a members can contact Jenny, our Convenor, via the details in the members’ newsletter. Non-members can email us at:

Creative Writing's 
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Creative Writing's Summer Workshop
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