Updated: Mar 1, 2019
intoBodmin, in association with KEAP, Bodmin Moor Poetry Festival, Guillemot Press and Cardinham Woods, are proud to present - Words in Woods!
Cardinham Woods | Sunday 28th April 2019 | 10am-5:30pm.
Don't miss this very special family friendly, one-day festival of storytelling in Cardinham Woods.
Discover and explore the wonder of words through stories, poetry, readings, discussions and trails. take part in special events and hands on activities for all ages, from the very young to the young at heart.
Spend the day with us, making stories, telling tales and taking part in fun and games in the wonderful world of words.
While you're here, why not take a walk or cycle around one of the beautiful trails at Cardinham Woods? You could stop and enjoy a delicious lunch, or a hot drink and slice of cake at the Woods Cafe, or bring a picnic to enjoy by the river. Watch this space for more details about the day, coming soon!
Family ticket £15 | Adults £7 | Children (3-16) £3.
Short Story Competition | 'into the woods'
As part of the festival, we're launching a short story competition, to seek out talented local writers and storymakers.
The theme is 'into the woods', and your story can be about anything, in any style, and any length up to 500 words.
There are three categories: ages 8-11, ages 12-15 and ages 16+. The winners from each category will recieve some fabulous goodies, free tickets to Words in Woods, will have their work published online on the intoBodmin website, and best of all, will be given the honour of having their work read out by a proffessional actor at the Words in Woods festival!
The deadline for entries is Monday 11th March, and winners will be announced on Monday 8th April. Submit your entries to firstname.lastname@example.org and don't forget to include your name, contact details and age category.
Poetry Workshops with Sarah Cave
The Old Library, Bodmin | Saturday 13th April
Adults: 10am-12:30pm | Children 2pm-3:30pm | BOOK NOW
Local poet Sarah Cave will be hosting two workshops as part of the lead up to the Words in Woods Festival this spring: ‘Can we eat what we already have in our mouths?’: Re-inventing Characters in Poetry