By Shakira Irfan, student at Wembley High Technology College By the end of my experience, I realised that five... The post An experience with Arvon means discovery appeared first on Arvon.
A death led me to suburban Surrey. I living in rural France and working on a building site... The post Concrete and Care appeared first on Arvon.
“It has rained all week is an imaginary walk away from Totleigh Barton into oblivion” It has rained... The post It has rained all week – Antony Dunn appeared first on Arvon.
Totleigh Barton at nightfall. The two poets leading the course have switched off the lights in the drawing... The post What A Way to Go – Julia Forster’s Arvon Week appeared first on Arvon.
What it Takes to Succeed in the Arts ‘Wear blinkers.’ This succinct suggestion for how to become resilient... The post Superpowers and a week at the Clockhouse appeared first on Arvon.
Booking my place at Lumb Bank for a course on writing was rather unusual for someone who was... The post More Then than Now by Pamela Hirsch appeared first on Arvon.
The future of The Hurst, our Shropshire centre, could be in jeopardy if plans to build an industrial... The post The Hurst threatened by poultry unit development appeared first on Arvon.
Natasha Carlish, Centre Director at The Hurst. When I arrived at The Hurst three years ago, the world... The post Three Years at Arvon – Natasha Carlish appeared first on Arvon.