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Inspire Poetry Festival at Southwell Library - The Tree Line

At this launch event, learn about the 1217 Charter, and hear a selection of poetic responses to this essential part of our natural heritage. A delightful meeting of poetry, history and trees in the home of the famous Bramley Apple!

Thu, 13 Jul 2017
6PM - 8PM
Southwell Library
Free
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About this event

On the 800th anniversary of the sealing of the Charter of the Forest, the Woodland Trust is leading a nationwide campaign to create a new ‘Charter for Trees, Woods and People’ to preserve our woodlands for future generations. Worple Press have invited over sixty poets to contribute to The Tree Line, an anthology of poems about trees, forests and our interactions with them. 

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Bramley Centre, King St
NG25 0EH

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This is a free event, but booking is essential. To book your tickets, call 0115 981 6506 or visit the Inspire Culture website. 

Under 18s are welcome, but they will need to be accompanied by an adult. 

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