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I knew the man and the poet – Arthur Wills tells us about his extraordinary friendship with Charles Causley

Last Friday (4th of November 2022) marked nineteen years since the passing of Charles Causley. Arthur Wills, Town Archivist and…

November 7, 2022

A Causley Halloween

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A Causley Halloween

What an evening to be remembered! Beneath the shrouded mists of time in the historic town of Launceston, a night…

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Start your 2023 off creatively – join our winter warmer poetry retreat with poets Katrina Naomi and Fiona Benson

Join award-winning poets Katrina Naomi and Fiona Benson from the 3rd-5th of February 2023 and develop your poetry at our…

November 2, 2022

Get to know our International Poetry Competition head judge – Séan Hewitt

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Get to know our International Poetry Competition head judge – Séan Hewitt

Séan Hewitt, Head judge of this year’s Charles Causley International Poetry Competition, is an award-winning Poet. Born in Warrington in…

October 24, 2022

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‘My room is a bright glass cabin,

All Cornwall thunders at my door,

And the white ships of winter lie

In the sea-roads of the moor.’

The Seasons in North Cornwall, Collected Poems, 1951 - 2000 [revised edition] p.31