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Nantwich Bookshop to host first indoor author event since lockdown

Nantwich Bookshop to host first indoor author event since lockdown

Nantwich Bookshop is to host its first indoor author event since nationwide lockdown restrictions eased.

Local poet and author Beverley Joughin-Robson will talk about her first collection of poems – ‘Life’s Journey Through Poetry’ – published in 2019.

August 16, 2021
Local poet to perform at The Granary in Nantwich

Local poet to perform at The Granary in Nantwich

Local poet Steven Langstaff will be performing live at The Granary in Nantwich on August 19.

Steven, originally from Hull, has lived in Nantwich for five years and has previously performed twice at the Edinburgh Fringe.

August 3, 2021
Nantwich poet publishes poems about dyslexia: straight for the heart

Nantwich poet publishes poems about dyslexia: straight for the heart

By Jonathan White
A Nantwich poet has published poems about dyslexia: straight for the heart.

Helen Kay wrote a pamphlet about chickens back in 2016 and since then Helen and her sidekick chicken puppet, Nigella, have been clucking away at many local venues.

June 29, 2020
Nantwich girl, 7, earns national praise for poem about life in lockdown

Nantwich girl, 7, earns national praise for poem about life in lockdown

A seven-year-old Nantwich girl has received national recognition after penning a brilliant poem about life in lockdown in her home town!

Marley Sharp was reading Michael Rosen’s “A to Z: The Best Children’s Poetry” and was inspired to reply to the “Laughter Rap in Plastic Town” poem by John Agard.

April 16, 2020
Nantwich poet launches exhibition at Crewe Lifestyle Centre

Nantwich poet launches exhibition at Crewe Lifestyle Centre

By Claire Faulkner
Nantwich poet Helen Kay has launched an exhibition at Crewe Lifestyle Centre.

The exhibition, called Poetry, Dyslexia and Imagination, features a range of poems, art, videos and music.

August 6, 2018
Nantwich poet inspires students ahead of Words & Music Festival

Nantwich poet inspires students ahead of Words & Music Festival

Imaginative English students were inspired to write after receiving top poetry tips from a Nantwich poet.

Nantwich Words & Music Festival volunteer Helen Kay visited the A-Level group at South Cheshire College to raise the profile of the festival’s poetry competition among young people.

October 2, 2015
Nantwich poet publishes latest works inspired by hens!

Nantwich poet publishes latest works inspired by hens!

By Sara Royle
A Nantwich-born poet has released her inaugural collection of poems – inspired by her pet hens!

Helen Kay’s publication is called ‘The Poultry Lover’s Guide to Poetry’.

June 17, 2015