Lyndhurst & District

Creative Writing

I have at last found a way by which I can edit our CreativeWriting page....it is by using Lins IPad....which does it in text about one hundredth of a millimetre high so I have no idea what I am writing.....how do I make it big enough to read? Please help.....Our next meeting is at Mikes house...on June 18 at 2 pm........Our challenge is to write short play that we can perform as a play reading exercise..........if you would prefer, write poem or a piece of free writing.......remember, our Group is all about having fun....that’s the main thing. our group number is six at present but our seventh member will rejoin later in th e year. I apologise for the typing errors in this report....but until I can actually see what I am typing it will have to do I,m afraid. I have found out how to enlarge type...so crisis over for the time being.

Well,we met at MIke,s house TUesday 18 JUne. We had all written short play to be performed by ourselves.Don had written about the 3 stages of life...childhood, middle age and old age leading up to our inevitable meeting up with the grim reaper.....very well written...but not many laughs. TIm had written a very funny piece about the 4horseman of the apocalypse, plus death, plague, and pestilence all meetingup for a drink one evening in a run down, scruffy pub...we had plenty of laughs with this one....as we did with MIke,s take on BRexit Roman style...set in AD 79.......the plotters were all planning how to get rid of their hated leader....The Roman Empress lady Theresa of Maidenhead........Nigellus Faragus, Reesus Moggus and Boris the B******. Together with Dominicus Raabus finally failed in the attempt....Pat wrote about a conversation between a group of neighbours....very funny and Rosemary wrote about a young female supposedly trapped in a 4sides glass chamber and her struggles to escape into the wide outside world. We meet again on July 9th at Rosemary,s
One more footnote...Mike has just been announced as the winner of a short story writing competition
organised by The Lymington Writers Group and judged by well known novelist Claire Fuller. The competition was organised to raise money for the Lymington Centre appeal and attracted very wide entry including one person from as far away as Edinburgh. The short story had to be a maximum of 2500 words and be on the theme of Community.....

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More Group Pages
Bake Club Board Games
Book Club Bridge 1
Creative Writing Days Out
French Conversation Gardening
Genealogy Leisure Cycling
Lunch Club Mahjong
Play Readers Poetry Writing
Spanish