Creatabot

Creatabot is a project that connects, promotes and supports creativity. Based in Medway, UK. Additional projects include CreataboX and Urban Medway.

Rochester Writers Retreat – 18th March 2012 – Rochester – Kent

ME4 Writers are organising a one day writers retreat for the 18th March 10am -4pm at coFWD in 161 Rochester High Street.  This is a trial, so for this event they will be running on a ‘magic hat’ basis, meaning that you pay what you think the day was worth when you leave.

The location will have space for up to 25 people to get on with whatever it is they want to work on, whether stories, poems, articles or whatever project you would like to spend time on.  The venue will supply desks and power supplies and there is free wifi internet if needed.   You just need to bring a laptop or pen and paper if you prefer.

At the start of the day they will offer a writing warm up for anyone who would like it, alternatively you might like to get stuck in.  We hope to have areas with music and silence to suit different working styles and will try and accommodate what you need.

Tea and coffee is available on an honesty basis from the kitchen and there are plenty of places to get lunch nearby.

All they ask is that at the end of the day you spend 10 minutes or so writing a brief piece about your experience of the day that can be used to let others know about future events.

Sign up if you are interested in a place at http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/event/2859146785

Area – South East

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