It was somehow fitting that Coleridge Cottage’s first ever Writer-in-Residency programme should conclude on the very last weekend of its busy season, amidst the autumnal Halloween/Samhain atmosphere ─ while incongruously most of the UK bathed in the warmest late October/early November weekend on record.
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The second blog installment from our Coleridge Writer In Residence, Rose Collis … Continue reading “WRITING PLACES, ROSE COLLIS BLOG TWO – A BIOGRAPHER’S TALE” »
A writer confesses: a few months ago, when I was delighted to be appointed its first Writer-in-Resident, I knew little about Coleridge Cottage, and only slightly more about its famous former resident. But it didn’t take me long to learn that, while it might be one of the National Trust’s smaller sites, its importance as a preserved, restored and welcoming site is much greater than appearances might suggest. Continue reading “ROSE COLLIS BLOGPOST, WRITER-IN-RESIDENCE, COLERIDGE COTTAGE” »
As part of the Writing Places Project, we are pleased to a number of workshops and activities at Coleridge Cottage organised by our Writer-in-Residence Rose Collis. Continue reading “Coleridge Cottage: Activity, ‘Welcome to my Pleasure Dome’” »
As part of the Writing Places Project, we are pleased to announce a programme of events, including an Open Day, at Coleridge Cottage organised by our Writer-in-Residence Rose Collis.
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Writing Places has a series of reading and writing events running at the end of October at Coleridge Cottage, run by their Writer In Residence, Rose Collis. Continue reading “Writing Places Activities in Coleridge Cottage” »
Welcome to Rose Collis, the first Writer-in-Residence to be working at Coleridge Cottage in over one hundred years of National Trust care! Continue reading “Announcing the Writer in Residence for Coleridge Cottage: Rose Collis” »