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The Scarborough Writers’ Circle, which has been going for over sixty years, exists to share practical writing experience, encouraging both new and more experienced writers.
We meet at The Oasis Centre, Castle Road, at 7-30 pm on alternate Tuesday evenings. (See programme details for dates and events)
We aim to be a friendly and supportive group, and if you are not already a member, but would like to write, then why not join us? You can come any time to a meeting as a guest, and if you decide to become a member you can join later.
Members should be able to use this blog as a reference, because dates, reports, competition details and members profiles will soon be added. (If you want to add your details, such as a brief paragraph about yourself, your current projects, and previous writing successes, please contact John D. or email)
The range represented is very wide. There are novel and crime writers, magazine article composers, and some who write short stories. There are poets amongst us, and some like to write children’s stories. Family history is researched, and our visiting speakers have ranged from successfully published authors to publishers themselves.
Some of us write for friends and family, and some try to earn money from their work. Whatever your interest, writing about it can be exciting and rewarding, so what are you waiting for? If you’re in already -keep coming; keep writing! and if you have an inkling you might like to start, don’t wait any longer-come along, and get scribbling!
Contact Secretary SWC <firstname.lastname@example.org>