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2022

 July 21st – Why We Need Girl Heroes – Strong Women In Literature and How They Inspired a Trio of Adventurous Teenage Girls.   Hythe W.I.

“Thank you so much for coming and giving such a fascinating insight into the heroines in literature who have inspired your writing.  The membership enjoyed the morning and the different slant on an author’s world.”

2021

♦  November – I have been accepted onto the WI approved list of speakers in Kent.  Watch this space for details of future bookings!

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2020

January 13th Why We Need Girl Heroes – First Shepherdswell Guides

“I have passed on your contact details and details of what you offer to all the other guide units in the area!  Thanks again – Kate.”

March 8th She Created – A Workshop for International Women’s Day … Find Your Voice Through Drawing and Creative Writing.  St Edmund’s Chapel, Dover.  2pm-4.30pm.

“Really concentrated workshop with a lovely group of women …”

“Very lovely venue, and a very nice challenging workshop – thank you!”

“Thank you!  Such a lovely gathering full of spirit and humanity.  I guess that says something about the place and about you both.”

CANCELLED April 25th –  The Rhythm of the Park – Music & Words Workshop at Kearsney Abbey. 

♦  CANCELLED  May 23rd – Park Poetry – Writing Workshop at Kearsney Abbey. BUT you can watch this ‘how to’ video instead.  Made in partnership with the Kearsney Parks Project.   

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-YTNRcP64o

♦ CANCELLED June 20th – It’s All in the Detail – Drawing and Writing workshop at Kearsney Abbey. BUT you can watch this ‘how to’ video instead.  Made in partnership with the Kearsney Parks Project.   

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hbYPD3oph80

2019

September 19th My Life in Books and Writing – River W.I.

“Great session at River WI.  Really enjoyed hearing your reading development which so closely followed my own albeit mine was quite a few years earlier. Would be wonderful if everyone could share the same passion for story. Thanks Maggie and the ladies.”