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Olympians and Paralympians including Nicola Adams, Jason Kenny, Richard Whitehead and Mark Foster have already got involved and lent a hand at clubs local to them.

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“It will be a smaller event this year with one stage instead of the three people are used to, with plenty of opportunities to get involved including workshops and open mic sessions.

“Plans for the future of the festival will keep all that is good about the original format, but will bring it up to date and appeal to a broader audience with a number of changes.

Take your imagination for a walk in this outdoor writing workshop in the Stonehenge Landscape.

Working with award-winning poet Holly Corfield Carr, you will explore the ancient contours and hidden corners of the World Heritage Site, learning how to use field writing techniques and observational excercises to draw inspiration from even the smallest rock.

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One to one Readings available 6.30-7.30 and during interval (15mins, £10) More info – Sam – 079202 89072 email: [email protected]://

(13th and 20th May at 2pm £5) This event is generously supported by the National Trust and English Heritage and tickets include parking, refreshments, access to Stonehenge and a return journey to the Visitor Centre on a shuttle bus.

Participants will have the chance to have their writing published as part of loop, a book of poems, photographs and walking routes celebrating life in the landscape around Stonehenge and Amesbury, the UK’s longest continuously-occupied settlement. Please be advised that the workshop will take place on the move and we will be walking at a gentle pace across 4km of uneven ground so please wear suitable footwear, clothing and sunscreen if appropriate.

FORMER WORLD 5000m RECORD HOLDER, DAVE MOORCROFT TOURS THE UK TO HELP INSPIRE A NEW ARMY OF VOLUNTEERS ONE YEAR ON FROM LONDON 2012 Join In, the home of the Olympic and Paralympic volunteers, is running a summer-long drive to encourage people to volunteer in their local communities.

Taking place over the anniversary period of the Games, (27 July – 9 September 2013) the Join In Summer 2013 is bringing the legacy to your doorstep with over 10,000 local events being put on in clubs and community groups across the UK.

One to one Readings available 6.30-7.30 and during interval (15mins, £10) More info – Sam – 079202 89072 email: [email protected]://

(13th and 20th May at 2pm £5) This event is generously supported by the National Trust and English Heritage and tickets include parking, refreshments, access to Stonehenge and a return journey to the Visitor Centre on a shuttle bus.

Participants will have the chance to have their writing published as part of loop, a book of poems, photographs and walking routes celebrating life in the landscape around Stonehenge and Amesbury, the UK’s longest continuously-occupied settlement. Please be advised that the workshop will take place on the move and we will be walking at a gentle pace across 4km of uneven ground so please wear suitable footwear, clothing and sunscreen if appropriate.

FORMER WORLD 5000m RECORD HOLDER, DAVE MOORCROFT TOURS THE UK TO HELP INSPIRE A NEW ARMY OF VOLUNTEERS ONE YEAR ON FROM LONDON 2012 Join In, the home of the Olympic and Paralympic volunteers, is running a summer-long drive to encourage people to volunteer in their local communities.

Taking place over the anniversary period of the Games, (27 July – 9 September 2013) the Join In Summer 2013 is bringing the legacy to your doorstep with over 10,000 local events being put on in clubs and community groups across the UK.

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