Fosseway Writers are a long-established group based in and around Newark, Nottinghamshire (itself situated on the old Roman ‘Fosse Way’, which is mostly now the route of the modern A46).
The aims of the group are to:
- provide a welcoming and stimulating environment for local writers;
- engage with, support and encourage local people who would like to try writing but don’t know where to start;
- help members to improve and develop their writing skills;
…all through meetings, workshops, friendly socials and online interaction (like this blog).
We usually meet at Knights Court, Balderton Gate, Newark at 7 pm on the first Thursday of every month for a formal meeting (speaker / workshop / competition results) and again on the third Thursday to read and discuss writing on a given theme. See the map below for specific directions (we use the ground floor community room of the only two storey building in the street).
New members are welcome to come along and try us out, with a £1 charge for attending one of our formal meetings as a visitor. Or alternatively you can become a member for an annual subscription of just £12, for which you get 9 meetings (speakers or workshops) and two social events. There are also 11-12 group meetings at which we decide on a theme, write a story and then bring it along to the next meeting to read to the group (but this isn’t compulsory!). As a member you will also get ‘author privileges’ to this blog, allowing you to post your own material (as well as basic instructions on how to ‘get blogging’).
To contact us, please email Nick Rowe or use the contact form below.
The group has a formal committee and the current officers and members are as follows: