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North West Words last night was a tremendous evening of poetry, music, chat and laughter - the readings were draw-droppingly good. It was lovely to meet the writers from ‘This Writing Thing’ who had travelled from Derry. Thanks so much to Deirdre Hines and her committee for their warm welcome and hospitality, I loved every minute. Read More

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