Thank you to all the talented students on this course. What an amazing diversity of life stories.
From an East End childhood during the London Blitz, to a Cyprus village of the 1960, tiger spotting in India, homes, hobbies, gardens, holidays, colourful grandparents, schools, teachers, friendships, adventures, disasters, washdays in Scottish tennemants, and visits to the Liverpool Philharmonic.
You proved once again that there’s no such thing as an ‘ordinary’ life, you are all extraordinary! Great working with you. Keep writing.
If you’ve ever thought about writing your life story or memoirs this course is a great place to begin. Come and join us and enjoy learning how to plan, organise and write about your life with support from an experienced life story writing tutor.
Sharing tales of childhood, school days, work, friends and family with a small group of like-minded people is relaxing, therapeutic and enhances your sense of well-being. Personal memories and experiences add a unique perspective to family history projects. Life stories are an important part of 20th Century social history and are sometimes suitable for publication (think of ‘Call the Midwife’!!)
This course is suitable for all ages and abilities, including those with no experience of writing. Single rooms, all ensuite, delicious cooked breakfasts, lunches and evening dinners all included, men and women both equally welcome.
Please contact us for more information about this course