Set in the beautiful and quiet surroundings of Swarthmoor Hall, this retreat is open to anyone looking for space and time for writing, whether starting a new project, or to take forward or finish off a current piece. There will be the opportunity to hear from the tutors about their experience of writing and one to one time with them, but the emphasis will be on creating a supportive environment to devote to the craft itself.
This course takes place at Swarthmoor Hall near Ulveston in the Lake District. Originally the home of Judge Thomas Fell and Margaret Fell, today its historic building and beautiful gardens are a wonderful back drop for courses and retreats.
Note: This course was priced incorrectly in the brochure. As this this course is longer than our standard course the cost is £545.00 residential, £380.00 non-residential.
Ben Pink Dandelion is Programmes Leader for the Centre for Research in Quaker Studies. He has responsibility for our postgraduate programmes run in partnership with the University of Birmingham and Lancaster University. He both teaches and supervises postgraduate students in a variety of fields and his own specialism is the sociology of religion. He is a prolific author and editor.
John Gray works as a freelance organisational facilitator and coach and is an associate at the University of York' Centre for Applied Human Rights. He attends Friargate meeting in York.
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