Pauline Yarwood is a poet and ceramic artist living in Cumbria. Her poems have appeared in The North, The Interpreter’s House and Fire Crane( a number of poetry magazines). In 2013 she was mentored by Judy Brown at the Wordsworth Trust, and collaborated with artist Kate Bentley to write a short series of poems for her exhibition Skyline. She was co-director of this year’s inaugural Kendal Poetry Festival. She is a member of Kendal Brewery Poets. Born in Cumbria, Pauline grew up in Manchester but returned to the Lyth Valley in 1987 where she writes, makes pots and tends a very boggy garden next to the River Gilpin.
Tickets are available (£6, or £5.50 for members) from The Folly, Cave and Cragg and The Courtyard Dairy in Settle. More information from firstname.lastname@example.org
Our National Poetry Day celebrations will be on Thursday 6th October at 7.30pm at Victoria Hall in Settle and will feature poets Michael McCarthy and John Killick along with the winners of our national poetry prize, the North Craven School prize and the funniest poem in Craven!
Tickets £6.50 (members £5.50), 2 adults accompanied by children £8.50. More details from email@example.com