Howden & District

Poetry

This group meets on the last Friday monthly at 10.30am at Skelton village hall to read and discuss a selection of poetry chosen by the group in advance. Each member is invited to read his/her choice of poem which can range from humorous to very serious.

Poems read in the past have included poetry by Edward Lear, TS Eliot, Pam Ayres, Shakespeare and even members' own work.

Poetry Programme January to August 2019

JanuaryMy favourite poem
FebruarySeamus Heany
MarchTravel
AprilJohn Clare
MayByron
JuneWeather
JulyTS Eliot The Wasteland
AugustTS Eliot The Wasteland

The coordinator for this group is Gudrun, who can be contacted on 01430 441388 or by clicking the enquiry Link on the right.

As this group is nearing capacity, a second Poetry group started on 15 May 2017. For more information please visit the Poetry 2 page.

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