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David Calcutt’s reviewed

David Calcutt’s poetry collection The last of the light is not the last of the light – available here for £9.99 and in any good bookshop has been reviewed by The Journal. Here are some extracts, as I dare not quote it all – written by Chrissy Banks: A kind of prologue, Keepsakes, delivered directly […]

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Matthew Oates and SPRINGBOARD

Creative weekends: fun, art, writing, fire, stars. £290 including accommodation and meals. JUST SIX PLACESfor more details please email [email protected] or phone 01691 239 466 or click here and go to the fair acre press website’s SPRINGBOARD page MATTHEW OATES is the world expert on the Purple Emperor butterfly and was the National Trust’s specialist […]

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Origami workshop Oswestry!

Join Paul Kielty – who has been dedicated to the art of origami for the past 15 years, and is an excellent and fun teacher Wednesday 10th April, 1:30-3:30pm, £15Qube Gallery, OswestryTo book click here and you will be taken to their website or contact them:01691 [email protected] These bunnies won’t eat your lettuces!

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Origami workshop

Paul Kielty is running another origami workshop at Qube Gallery Oswestry! This time it is Easter-themed and involves bunnies 🙂 Click here for details! This is one of two ways he will show you how to make a bunny.

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Free PDF of acclaimed #MeToo poetry anthology

FREE PDF of complete book from 8th March 2019 Deborah Alma – editor of the #MeToo poetry anthology, poet, emergency poet, and poetry pharmacist and I, Nadia Kingsley – director and editor of Fair Acre Press are so happy to be able to share this award-winning and essential poetry anthology to anyone, anywhere, for free […]

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In the 70th year of the Mental Health Foundation

It has been a privilege to publish Sally Festing’s poetry pamphlet about her father Derek Richter who helped found this essential organisation. And what a heartfelt pleasure to read these thoughtful, well chosen words about My Darling Derry by both Caroline Phillips and Helena Nelson on Sphinx Poetry Pamphlet and Reviews page All the profits […]

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New poetry pamphlet marks 70th anniversary of MHF

Fair Acre Press is proud to present Sally Festing’s My Darling Derry Letter-poems about Derek Richter – Sally’s father, and founder of The Mental Health Foundation. Sally Festing is the elder daughter of Derek Richter. Twenty years after his death she inherited hundreds of family letters, diaries and medical notes that reveal his personal life […]

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