Wild Words

  • New Brewery Arts
  • July 1
  • 10:00 - 16:00
  • £75
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A one-day workshop exploring landscape and the natural world through a series of writing exercises including fiction, non-fiction and poetry. Sue Mayfield will facilitate this workshop. Writing can enhance your wellbeing in a number of ways. The slow, thoughtful act of writing can be relaxing , helping you recharge your batteries and playful, providing a bit of ‘time-out ‘. Writing can be a way of untangling muddled or chaotic thoughts, which can feel empowering or even liberating. It can also be cathartic so that, by putting words on paper, you have a sense of having got something ‘out of your system.
Sue Mayfield is the author of nine novels for Young Adults, including Blue, Voices and Hill of the Angels, as well of a number of non-fiction titles and books for younger children. A qualified teacher, BACP accredited therapist and experienced facilitator she runs writing workshops in schools, hospitals and GP practices. Sue regularly leads courses at Maggie’s Centre, in Cheltenham where she lives and has a private counselling/writing-therapy practice finding words.