Abegail Morley's haiku challenge to garden visitors

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Kent-based poet Abegail Morley will be issuing a haiku challenge on World Poetry Day, 21 March, to visitors to Riverhill Himalayan Gardens, near Sevenoaks, Kent.  Morley is poet-in-residence at Riverhill. Later in the year, on Saturday 6 June, there will be a chance for local writing groups and writers to spend a day at Riverhill, to meet Abegail Morley and Margaret Beston (leader of Roundel, the Tonbridge Poetry Society Stanza) and to use the garden room to write. On 19-23 August there will be a poetic scavenger hunt for younger visitors, and on 3 September, from 7 pm onwards, a late summer literary evening, looking back on the summer, and revisiting favourite poetry and writing.  You can book for these events here 

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