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26 May, 2022

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Walking Home writing competition – pick your shortlist

1 Mar, 2022

Find out which of the 90 + submissions made it to the judges' Top 24 in our Walking Home writing competition - and pick your own shortlist

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Walking Home – writing competition launched

9 Dec, 2021

Claudia Zeiske Writer-in-residence and fellow Poet-in-residence Lydia Kennaway have chosen walking home as the theme for our latest writing competition which we are excited to launch this week.

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Lydia Kennaway and Claudia Zeiske, winners and writers-in-residence

17 Nov, 2021

We have started an initiative to strengthen the support that we provide to walkers-who-write and writers-who-walk.

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Writing competition Shortlist announced

9 Sep, 2021

We are delighted to announce the shortlist of writing pieces in our inaugural writing competition on the theme of "Walking and Listening".

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WRITE ABOUT WALKING & LISTENING – the long list is published!

1 Sep, 2021

20 authors who have been long listed in our inaugural writing competition.

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Dolce et decorum est pro patria mori by E. E. Rhodes

1 Sep, 2021

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Winterfold Forest by Paul Roden

1 Sep, 2021

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Garth Hill by Nathan Munday

1 Sep, 2021

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Fatherland by Maggie McShane

1 Sep, 2021

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The sound of footfall by Angela Findlay

1 Sep, 2021

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Blind March to London, April 5th – 25th 1920 (‘Social Justice Not Charity’) by Lydia Kennaway

1 Sep, 2021

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Deep within the woods by Tesni Jones-Edwards

1 Sep, 2021

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Loop Walking (Fragment) by Murdo Eason

1 Sep, 2021

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The Nightingale by E. E. Rhodes

1 Sep, 2021

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Trail meditation by Jon Rainford

1 Sep, 2021

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Walk, Look, Listen, Slow Marathon: Cabrach – Huntly by Claudia Zeiske

1 Sep, 2021

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Stepsounds by Liz Nicholas

1 Sep, 2021

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High & Low by Neil Moran

1 Sep, 2021

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Compass by Megan Hicks

1 Sep, 2021