‘News’ Category

19 Apr

Winner of the Creative Network mini fund

Curator and Producer, Ruth Holdsworth has been awarded £300 through the March Creative Network mini-fund.


Kings Cross

Ruth is based near Usk and works in contemporary performance and live art. She has started programming high quality dance, theatre and performance in Monmouthshire for a variety of small town and rural audiences.

Ruth will be using the mini fund to build on her programming in Monmouthshire and to develop links with local audiences, whilst establishing her new not-for-profit company, Break and Bell.

Ruth has programmed three works to date: Bambi by Tom Marshman at Bluebell farm and two dance works at Chepstow’s Drill Hall – An Invitation by Jo Fong and Da Da Darling by Impermanence Dance Theatre. At the Drill Hall on 30th April Ruth will bring The Tenant by Concert Theatre, a LGBT show Kings Cross (Remix) by Tom Marshman on 12th May and a more ambitious 5-day site-specific audio narrative called Woodland by artists French & Mottershead to Old Station Tintern in partnership with Wye Valley River Festival, Wye Valley AONB and Arts Alive Wales.

For more information visit the Break and Bell facebook page.

image: Kings Cross (Remix), credit Richard Lakos

The next deadline for the Creative Network mini fund is Friday 29th September.

14 Apr


You can now download our bilingual Summer 2017 programme, with details of all our projects, classes and events….


AAW Summer Programme 2017 (click to download)





10 Apr

cARTrefu ARTIST – Invitation to tender

Age Cymru is seeking twelve artists for the next phase of cARTrefu (2017-19) which will improve the quality and provision of art in care settings across Wales.


cARTrefu Artist – Invitation to tender

We’re looking for innovative artists in any art form who have a desire to create bold and original work with older people in residential care. This project is not about maintaining the norm; we want fresh, new thinkers who will really challenge and develop this area of work. We welcome work that is punchy, risky, rude, controversial – not safe, tried, tired and tested.

You will need to have experience of facilitating workshops using your art form, however experience of working with older people isn’t essential, as the programme is designed to support practitioners to develop their skills in this area. Those with some experience of working with older people are still encouraged to apply if they are keen to develop their skills further whilst working alongside an expert mentor.

Your role as cARTrefu Artist will be to develop your own artistic practice, assimilating your experiences of creating art with older people in residential care. You will complete five residencies over two years in five separate care homes around Wales. Each residency will last for 12 weeks, at the end of which you will be expected to showcase the work produced (by yourself and residents) at public end-of-residency exhibitions / showcases coordinated with Age Cymru.

cARTrefu Artists will be mentored through each residency by an Artist Mentor whose role will be to help each artist develop their creative ideas and professional workshop practice. The mentors will also work closely with care home staff, supporting them to deliver their own creative workshop by the end of the residency.

The total value of this tender is £8,550.

Project expenses such as travel and materials will be paid separately by Age Cymru. The deadline for bids is 21 April 2017 at 12:00pm.

For more information, please visit:


31 Mar

CARAD – Project Manager Job Vacancy

CARAD (Community Arts Rhayader & District) are looking for a Project Manager. The post will be a fixed term contract to manage their project, ‘Town and Country Shows’, Pont yr Elan, June 3rd ,Pant y Dwr, 19th August (TBC), Elan Valley Show on the 28th August and Nantmel 24th September, which seeks to record and celebrate four local agricultural shows and Rhayader’s summer Carnival 15th – 22nd July.

The successful applicant will have excellent communication and organisational skills and ideally have experience of working within the Arts and Heritage sector. Local knowledge preferable but not essential as we will help with initial contacts to relevant people. He or she is expected to show a commitment to equal opportunities and diversity and to the aims and objectives of CARAD.

To read more, see the News section on the CARAD website by clicking HERE

The rate of pay for the project is £5,000 fixed fee.

The contract is for an immediate start.

In the first instance please contact the office 01597 810561, all@carad.org.uk

Closing date: 21st April Interviews: 2nd May

7 Jan

OPPORTUNITY: Criw Celf Project Manager



Old School, Brecon Road, Crickhowell, Powys, NP8 1DG

Closing date Monday 23 January 2017 at 5pm

Arts Alive Wales wish to appoint a freelance Project Manager for Criw Celf South Powys to manage and evaluate 2017 provision.  The appointment is key to successful project delivery, and will ensure that we meet the project’s objectives to extend opportunity to Powys students aged 11 to 19 years with talent and interest in the visual arts.  The Project Manager will attend all Criw Celf South Powys sessions as well as undertaking the planning, coordination and evaluation of all activity. The successful applicant will be a creative and dynamic person, and a brilliant communicator with strong presentational skills, able to advocate successfully for the project and on behalf of Arts Alive Wales.

Rate of Pay – total Fee: £6,800

(Fee includes admin costs; contribution to travel costs in accordance with AAW policy for freelance staff)

Contract Date: 1 February 2017 to 30 September 2017.

We anticipate an average commitment of one day per week.  The project manager must attend all Criw Celf South Powys activity.  For confirmed dates, please see application pack.

Download an application pack: project-manager-criw-celf-application-pack

Or email info@artsalivewales.org.uk

To apply email a CV and Covering Letter, explaining why you are interested in the role and how you meet the requirements of the Person Specification: info@artsalivewales.org.uk


Only electronic applications will be accepted.

For more information or to discuss the post, contact Creative Director, Rebecca Spooner on 01873 811579.

The deadline for applications is 5pm on Monday 23 January 2017.  Applicants must be available for interview on Tuesday 31 January 2017, which will take place at Arts Alive Wales’ Crickhowell venue.





Yr Hen Ysgol, Heol Aberhonddu, Crucywel, Powys, NP8 1DG

Dyddiad cau dydd Llun 23 Ionawr 2017 am 5pm

Dymuna Arts Alive Wales benodi Rheolwr Prosiect ar gyfer Criw Celf De Powys i reoli a gwerthuso darpariaeth 2017. Mae’r penodiad yn allweddol i gyflenwi’r prosiect yn llwyddiannus, a sicrhau ein bod yn bodloni amcanion y prosiect i ehangu cyfle ym Mhowys i ddisgyblion rhwng 11 ac 19 oed sydd â thalent a diddordeb yn y celfyddydau gweledol. Bydd y Rheolwr Prosiect yn mynychu holl sesiynau Criw Celf De Powys, yn ogystal ag ymgymryd â chynllunio, cydlynu a gwerthuso’r holl weithgarwch. Bydd yr ymgeisydd llwyddiannus yn berson creadigol a deinamig, ac yn gyfathrebwr disglair â sgiliau cyflwyno cryf, sydd yn gallu eirioli’n llwyddiannus ar ran y prosiect ac ar ran Arts Alive Wales.

Cyfradd Tâl – cyfanswm Ffi: £6,800

(Mae’r ffi yn cynnwys costau gweinyddu; cyfraniad at gostau teithio yn unol â pholisi AAW ar gyfer staff sy’n gweithio ar eu liwt eu hun)

Dyddiad Contract: 1 Chwefror 2017 tan 30 Medi 2017.

Rhagwelwn ymrwymiad sy’n gyfartaledd o un diwrnod yr wythnos. Rhaid i’r rheolwr prosiect fynychu holl weithgareddau Criw Celf De Powys. Gweler y pecyn ymgeisio ar gyfer y dyddiadau sydd wedi eu cadarnhau.

Lawrlwythwch becyn ymgeisio o: project-manager-criw-celf-application-pack

neu e-bostiwch info@artsalivewales.org.uk

Er mwyn ymgeisio e-bostiwch CV a Llythyr Eglurhaol i esbonio pam fod diddordeb gennych yn y rôl a sut yr ydych yn diwallu gofynion Manyleb y Person: info@artsalivewales.org.uk


Dim ond ceisiadau electronig a gaiff eu derbyn.

Am ragor o wybodaeth neu i drafod y swydd, cysylltwch â’r Cyfarwyddwr Creadigol, Rebecca Spooner ar 01873 811579.

Y dyddiad cau ar gyfer ymgeisio yw 5pm ddydd Llun 23 Ionawr 2017. Rhaid i ymgeiswyr fod ar gael am gyfweliad ddydd Mawrth 31 Ionawr, a gynhelir yn lleoliad Crugywel, Arts Alive Wales.

13 Dec


You can now download our bilingual Spring 2017 programme, with details of all our projects, classes and events….


Click here: AAW spring-2017


8 Dec




Old School, Brecon Road, Crickhowell, Powys, NP8 1DG

Closing date Tuesday 3 January 2017 at 5pm

We are seeking an exceptional individual to join our staff team as Participation Manager.  The post is a strategic appointment to ensure that we extend creative opportunity to those who face the greatest barriers to arts participation within our rural region.   Our high-quality participation programme is central to the delivery of the organisation’s mission, objectives and artistic policy.  The successful applicant will be a creative and dynamic person, and a brilliant communicator. The post is supported by 3 years of funding from The Henry Smith Charity

28 hours per week – or 0.8
NJC scale 5.22 to 6.28 (£20,456 to £24,717 pro-rata 0.8)

Download an application pack:  participation-manager-pack

or email info@artsalivewales.org.uk

Only electronic applications will be accepted.

For more information or to discuss the post, contact Chief Executive, Justine Wheatley on 01873 811579.

The deadline for applications is 5pm on Tuesday 3 January 2017.  Applicants must be available for interview on Monday 9 January 2017, which will take place at Arts Alive Wales’ Crickhowell venue.



Old School, Brecon Road, Crickhowell, Powys, NP8 1DG

Closing date Tuesday 3 January 2017 at 5pm

We are seeking an exceptional individual to join our staff team as Digital Manager.  The post is a strategic appointment responsible for the development, funding, delivery and evaluation of the Arts Alive Wales Digital Strategy.  The successful applicant will be a creative, enthusiastic and dynamic person, and a brilliant communicator with a wide knowledge of digital technology and its potential for artists, individuals and communities. The post is offered for a fixed term of 2 years

21 hours per week – or 0.6
NJC scale 5.29 to 6.33 (£25,694 to £29,033 pro-rata 0.6)

Download an application pack: digital-manager-pack

or email info@artsalivewales.org.uk

Only electronic applications will be accepted.

For more information or to discuss the post, contact Chief Executive, Justine Wheatley on 01873 811579.

The deadline for applications is 5pm on Tuesday 3 January 2017.  Applicants must be available for interview on Wednesday 11th January 2017, which will take place at Arts Alive Wales’ Crickhowell venue.



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7 Oct

Rebecca Loncraine, 1974-2016

We are very sad to report that writer Rebecca Loncraine died at her parents’ home in Cwmdu on Saturday 17 September after a long illness.  Rebecca was a dear friend, a valued colleague and a key member of our artistic team who brought passion, sensitivity and energy to her work.  Her Creative Writing for Wellbeing workshops and projects had a tangible and lasting impact on those who she taught and worked with and she will be very greatly missed.

Rebecca played a key role in developing Caban Sgriblio, a wellbeing project for young people, and this project has recently secured Children in Need funding for the next 3 years.  We are so grateful for this lasting contribution to our work and in the New Year, we plan to hold an event to acknowledge her legacy.

We will post again when we have more details and in the meantime, we’ve illustrated Rebecca’s impact on our work through some examples of her work with young people.  Here are extracts from a short publication of poetry by girls who took part in Caban Sgriblio with Rebecca in 2014.


Time can slip away

 Time can slip away

Memories can fade

Days just turn into nights.


Doors can close

Thoughts become clouded

Dark can turn into light.


Sad days can bring you down

While others may not

But a journey is always in sight.


You feel you’re getting worse

You’re sinking at first

But things might not


If you hold your head up high

Have someone by your side

And things will just become right.



What The River Usk Hears

The River Usk hears birds singing up in the trees
and planes flying across the bright blue sky.
It hears rocks tumbling from the eroding soil,

And summer wind.

It hears the slow crashing of waves,
and friendships being created and broken.
It hears cameras clicking,

a rugby match being played,

the rain bouncing off leaves
and squirrels dashing from one branch to the next.
It hears the stuttering engines of cars leaving town
and the splash as the Heron catches its food.
It hears the vague pitter-patter of rain.
It hears the secrets people tell.
It hears crashing along the river banks,

the howling of the wind at night,

the cold wind whistle
and moonlight arriving.
It hears the rustle of the birds dancing in the trees
and a work of art being painted on the riverbank.

Group poem

7 Oct


We are delighted that Caban Sgriblio has secured three years of funding support from Children in Need to work with young people in schools and in the community during 2016-19.
Together we have been creating a real buzz for South Powys, Monmouthshire and Blaenau Gwent creating videos, poetry and art, having fun and sharing ideas through a variety of workshops with professional writers and artists.

To find out more go to http://artsalivewales.org.uk/wp/current-projects/caban/

If you would like to join us please contact Emma Beynon

Tel: 01873 811 579 or email: emma@artsalivewales.org.uk

30 Sep

Creative Network newsletter – OCTOBER 2016

Autumn is here in the Black Mountains and Creative Network members are busy with exhibitions, events and training. We’ve selected just a handful of activities below to pique your interest…

Please check the website website for latest updates on classes, events and Creative Network news.

best wishes
Rhoda Lane
Creative Network Co-ordinator




Matias Serra Delmar – Land Scape

An exhibition of landscape works by Herefordshire-based Matias Serra Delmar will open at Monow Valley Arts Centre in Walterstone from 28th September to 2nd October. Entry is by donation from 2pm to 6pm, and a private view will be on 29th September at 6pm, where works are available for sale.

On 1st October, Matias will give a painting and light observation workshop from 11am to 1pm, where light refreshments will be provided.

Places are limited and cost £10 to book (basic materials are included in the price).
Contact matiasserradelmar@gmail.com or phone 07752288819.

You can find out more about Matias and his work at www.matiasserradelmar.co.uk



Oliver Balch in Conversation with Ben Rawlence

On Saturday 1st October at 6pm, travel writer Oliver Balch will be at Arts Alive Wales HQ to discuss his latest book called Under the Tump: Sketches of Rural Life on the Welsh Borders. Inspired by the Victorian diarist Francis Kilvert, Balch chronicles the gentler pace of life in his new home town of Hay-on-Wye – a far cry from the bustling cities of London and Buenos Aires where he previously lived.

Oliver Balch is a UK freelance journalist specialising in business and world affairs, with work appearing in a wide range of international publications. His first book, Viva South America! was shortlisted as ‘Book of the Year’ at the UK Travel Press Awards.

Tickets cost £7 and can be bought from the Crickhowell Literary Festival event webpage.

The Festival runs 1 – 9 October in various locations across the town. Check out the website for further details on other events.



Blackwood Miners InstituteGRANTS ADVICE SESSION
Blackwood Miners’ Institute

A Grants Advice Session will be held on 13th October at Blackwood Miners Institute. If you are an artist or organisation and would like guidance from an Arts Council of Wales officer about your eligibility for a grant, book an appointment via email at information@arts.wales, or call on 0845 8734 900.

Each appointment lasts 40 minutes.

Before your session can be confirmed you need to complete a form (which can be downloaded from the webpage). Indicate the nature of your project and what kind of funding or assistance you are looking for, then email the form to information@arts.wales.



Dancing Floor Film

Gillian Hipp and Lyn Webster Wilde are working on the dance which will be the climax of The Dancing Floor film (www.dancingfloorfilm.com). They are running workshops for anyone who would like to be involved (aged 16 upwards). You can come to one or all of them.

The next sessions will take place at the Parish Hall in Lion Street in Hay-on-Wye from 10 am onwards:

Saturday October 15
Saturday November 19

They will be exploring, experimenting with sound and movement, investigating ideas and sequences for the final dance. There will be several different types of dance involved, but no prior experience is necessary – just an open mind. More on the nature of the dance in Lyn’s blog here.

Some time after Christmas they will start rehearsing for the live performances and the film.

For more info, email Lyn at dancingfloorfilm@gmail.com



Binocular: disturbance

Creative Network member Penny Hallas has been collaborating with Suffolk-based Caroline Wright on Binocular: disturbance.

The work, focusing on the Skirrid Mountain area, is an investigation into what it means to be familiar and unfamiliar with a place, being an insider and an outsider at the same time. What results is a collection of drawings, an exchange and display of objects, parallel walking, mapping of locations and other works.

The project is supported by Test Bed, Oriel Davies Gallery’s special programme which showcases new and experimental works. The exhibition runs from 22nd October until 25 February 2017 at Oriel Davies Gallery, Swansea.



Open to Creative Network Members

A collaborative group are gathering for the first time on Sunday 30th October in Abergavenny to begin sharing ideas around the Clydach Gorge.

Allison Neal has initiated the collaboration with notes on the culture, history, engineering, geology and nature of the Gorge. Artists willing to work freely and experimentally, to collaborate and share ideas are welcome to join in the discoveries we make. There will be a joint exhibition along the way.

Want to know more?  Email Catherine Wynne-Paton (wynnepaton@outlook.com ) for notes to begin your adventure.




Poetry with Lyndon Davies

During these relaxed and friendly evening classes poet Lyndon Davies will introduce four great French poets in translation, including Francois Villon, Pierre de Ronsard, Rimbaud and Guillaume Apollinaire.

Lyndon will give a short lecture about each poet and an overview of the context and history within which they worked as well as commenting on the translation of their work from French to English.

All participants are encouraged to read aloud in the informal atmosphere of the studio, ask questions and contribute to round table discussions. You’ll deepen your knowledge and critical appreciation of poetry along the way.
Suitable for all abilities.
2nd – 23rd November, 7pm – 8:30pm
£30 for 4 weeks

Book online or tel: 01873 811579 / email: info@artsalivewales.org.uk



City Stories

Mission Gallery in Swansea will exhibit City Stories, a collection of drawings, illustrations and paintings by selected artists which focus on the built environment and cityscapes. Among those artists is Creative Network member Philip Watkins, who enjoys depicting seaside resorts, industrial sites, estates and parks – “…anywhere where human activity comes up against nature.”

Other artists to feature in the exhibition include:

Tom Banks • Derek Bainton • Michelle Conway • Laura Edmunds • Catrin Llwyd
Rhiannon Lowe • Matthew Otten • Jonathan Powell • Jonathan Williams

Many of the works will be for sale, so this is a unique opportunity to own a contemporary piece, to support artists and contribute to the work of Mission Gallery.

City Stories runs from 26th November to 8th January. Find out more about the exhibition and the work of Mission Gallery on their website.




Kathryn Jarman is a Creative Network member specialising in textile art.

I am a fully qualified teacher but now work full time on my business. I initially did traditional Welsh quilting out of Welsh flannel and made other products but have now progressed to being more arts focused.

I am in the process of making a range of figurines in Traditional Welsh costume from the 1800’s onwards, with regional variations. Each county in Wales has their own interpretation of Traditional Welsh Costume and my figurines will display this. Some of them are on my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/kathrynjarmantextiles/?fref=ts.   I have had a couple of my figurines exhibited at the Oriel Gallery in Crickhowell and am sourcing new venues to be able to display my work. 

I am passionate about teaching sewing in schools and have been working on writing a scheme of work to correlate with the current Welsh Education reforms due to be implemented in 2018 under the ‘Curriculum for Wales, Curriculum for Life’ remit. Some many children don’t have the opportunity to learn these basic skills anymore and I would like to do something about it!

You can get in touch with Kathryn via bopeepquilts@yahoo.co.uk.


If you have a news item or Spotlight profile that you would like to feature in our November newsletter, write to creative@artsalivewales.org.uk by Monday 24th October.


16 Sep

Arts & Education Network Launch

The Arts and Education Network: South East Wales is launching in Newport later this month. This network is for artists of all disciplines, art educators from cultural and heritage organisations, teachers and all those interested or involved in delivering creative projects in schools.

The launch event on Wednesday 28th September is open to all members of the network. You can apply for membership online. There’ll be lively talks, taster sessions from CPD workshop leaders, news about funding and other opportunities and the chance to meet other members over tea and cake.

The network is running a FREE CPD workshop in October aimed at artists who are interested in working with schools. One session will be held at Llantarnam Grange, and another at Blackwood Miners Institute.

For any queries, contact the Assistant Network Coordinator.

8 Jul

Summer Art School for ages 15+ – Portfolio+Plus

Portfolio+Plus Last chance to book on our week long summer school Monday 18 July to Saturday 22 July 2016.  This initiative is for MAT students aged 15 to 19 years  – young people with an interest and skills in the visual arts – and is part of an all Wales project to help encourage young people towards creative careers (the creative industries is the fastest growing industry in the UK).  Join in with this great initiative to help futureproof your career and have a really enjoyable week – no assessment, no exams, no homework!

Full programme and details here: Portfolio summer school  For more information about how to take part contact us on info@artsalivewales.org.uk OR ring 01873 811579 and leave a message.

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27 Jun

SNAPSHOT Colours of the Brecon Beacons

Rebecca Chesney is the first Artist-in-Residence for the Black Mountains, in partnership with Peak and the Brecon Beacons National Park Authority. 

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Rebecca completed a six-week residency during winter 2015/16. Please visit the Peak blog for more information: peakart.org.uk

Rebecca’s residency resulted in SNAPSHOT Colours of the Brecon Beacons, a unique colour chart that visualises the many layers of the Brecon Beacons environment during winter.


The SNAPSHOT chart was professionally designed and printed in a limited edition of 400.  The remaining colour charts are for sale at £10 + £1.50 postage & packing per copyIncome will support the Arts Alive Wales’ charitable projects in the local community.

Please visit our donate page to make a payment. artsalivewales.org.uk/donate (please do not tick the Gift Aid button for this purchase). If your postal address differs from your billing address please email details to rebecca@artsalivewales.org.uk



23 Apr

Traces Exhibition


This Spring’s mini-fund has been awarded to three Creative Network members who will use the £300 fund to support a group exhibition of textile work at The Tabernacle, Talgarth during the Hay Festival period. 



An exhibition of work by


THE TABERNACLE , Talgarth, Powys

27 May- 5 June 2016

11am-5pm daily.


The artists will be available to discuss their work at a late closing on Wednesday 1st June . 6.30pm- 9.30pm.


Susan Milne: Traces - Remnant
Susan Milne: Traces work in progress
Susan Milne
Helen Watkins: Traces- work in progress
Helen Watkins: Traces - detail
Helen Watkins: Traces- work in progress
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Katherine Sheers


Traces is an exhibition of new work at The Tabernacle, Talgarth, by Susan Milne, Katherine Sheers and Helen Watkins. The artists have come together through a mutual love of textiles and collectively they occupy the practices of art, craft, design and the spaces in between. The exhibition draws a thread through both personal and communal history; bringing to light the cloth we wear close to our bodies during a lifetime and the textile fragments of our ancestors buried beneath the surface.

The artists apply a range of processes and techniques including embroidery, drawing, construction, stitching, and dyeing. Susan unearths decaying remnants of garments and archeological layers of human presence in our landscape and makes works in paper and collage. Katherine creates exquisite silk and lace specimens of concealment dyed with the purple fruits of local hedgerows. Helen’s banners of natural colour and woven texture are embroidered with the marks of human interaction in the Black Mountains.

Although each artist has a defined individual practice, there is an intriguing synergy amongst the three. The work of one artist imparts a further layer of meaning to another’s, and produces a cohesive and quietly powerful exhibition that responds sensitively to the unique interior of The Tabernacle.

Rebecca Spooner
Arts Development Manager



SUSAN MILNE: Artist working with ideas about land and the development of the landscape. Current work: disintegration and fragmentation of organic and inorganic matter. The work, relating to garments and textiles, is made with mixed media, paper and fibers, and derives from drawings made from archeological fragments and museum artefacts. www.susanmilne.co.uk

KATHERINE SHEERS: Textile artist whose work questions the fundamental aspects of human emotion and how they relate to contemporary ideals of womanhood. Current work: specimens of concealment and vulnerability. Utilising the slow, ancient processes of natural dyeing and hand-stitching to colour, mark, reinforce and disguise upcycled silk, lace and cotton. www.katherinesheers.com

HELEN WATKINS: Textile artist and designer whose work is informed and inspired by the rites and rhythms of the surrounding agricultural landscape. Current work: natural plant dyed fabrics of linen, wool and silk; cutting, turning, crossing, joining, marking, represent an active, mindful and meditative intervention.


Photo credit for Susan Milne and Helen Watkins: ‘Ann Dierikx Photography’

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24 Mar

Meet The Professionals: Editing and Publishing

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Leading local authors Rachel Trezise and Tom Bullough will be talking to members of the Seren Publishing Team about their work at the Creative Network panel event 4 – 5.30pm on Friday 22 April at the Abergavenny Writing Festival. For more information and to book a ticket please follow this link : Meet The Professionals


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