Walking & Writing sessions facilitated by Christie Williamson
About this event
A series of workshops exploring and celebrating the treasures of Glasgow’s Clyde Walkway, with local poet Christie Williamson. We will stroll, talk, stand & stare, read & write – moving slowly through the Glasgow summer.
(Bring writing material & your imagination.)
Maximum 12 participants.
The walks are suitable for people with limited walking, and wheelchair users, but wheelchair users MUST be accompanied during the walk by a support person.
There are some slight hills to negotiate.
Meet at the the Glasgow Harbour exit of Partick Station. This is event is repeated on Tuesday 16 August.
Near Merkland Street, Partick, Glasgow G11 6BU, UK
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