I’ve been so busy recently I haven’t had chance to blog about my latest creation! It’s an audio trail I produced for Alarum Productions with sound designer Sam Frankie Fox.
View from Windmill End Bridge today (photo by Brenda Ward)
Stewarts & Lloyds, Coombeswood, 1972
‘The Netherton Cut to Coombewood’ celebrates the history of the Dudley No 2 Canal, based on a 2.5 mile walk between Windmill End Junction and Coombes footbridge.
It features oral history interviews, music, historical information, poetry from me in Black Country spake and much more!
Click here to listen to the audio trail which lasts around 23 minutes.
While I’m here, would you like to come to my next online writing workshop? It’s on Thursday June 24th, 2:00-4.00pm.
Rhythm in your fingers, rhythm in your feet.
From di-Da di-Da to tiddley-pom, we will play with syllables and stresses to give our writing a sense of rhythm. After looking at examples in song lyrics and poetry, we will write our own poems, both individually and as a group.
Here’s a link to find out more.