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CROWDFUND APPEAL
AND July WORKSHOPS

Poetry in Aldeburgh is a registered charity that receives no guaranteed funding. We rely on the generosity of individuals, charitable trusts and organisations to keep us going. We are working hard to ensure the Festival is secured for the future, so we can continue to bring the best of international poetry to the Suffolk coast. We hope this year to introduce concessionary fees and free activities. 
 

Please consider making a donation. If you give £50 or more as a single donation, you will receive if wished a free place in one of our poetry writing workshops taking place on Sundays in July, run by poets from the festival committee on themes of particular importance to them. But any amount is welcome – all donors will be listed on our website as festival supporters.

Thank you in advance for your donation, and we look forward to seeing you at the festival in November. 


 

I wish to give £10 to Poetry in Aldeburgh 


I wish to give £25 to Poetry in Aldeburgh 



I wish to give a minimum of £50 to Poetry in Aldeburgh
and to participate in Workshop 1



I wish to give a minimum of £50 to Poetry in Aldeburgh
and to participate in Workshop 2



I wish to give a minimum of £50 to Poetry in Aldeburgh
and to participate in Workshop 3



I wish to give another amount to Poetry in Aldeburgh
but do not wish to participate in a workshop. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All donors will be appropriately acknowledged in our material, unless you indicate that you wish to remain anonymous.

 

Poetry in Aldeburgh is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation. Registered with the Charity Commission No. 1167740

WORKSHOP 1: The Moment Captured: Poetry and the Photograph
is led by Tamar Yoseloff and Jacqueline Saphra and will take place on Zoom on Sunday 7 July between10:30am and 1pm, BST.
Click here for more information about this workshop.

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WORKSHOP 2: Raiding (or not) the inarticulate: writing through bereavement  
is led by Paul Stephenson and Fiona Moore with the theme of writing through grief and will take place on Zoom on Sunday 14 July between 10am to 12pm, BST. Click here for more information about this workshop.

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WORKSHOP 3: Writing the River
is led by Susannah Hart and Lisa Kelly and will take place in the form of a walk in central London along the banks of the Thames on Sunday 28 July between 3pm and 6pm. Click here for more information about this workshop. 

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