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Winning Poems of the “Ways to be Wilder” Poetry Competition: Summer Photograph by Amy Wolstenholme

This is the first in a series of pages publishing the winning and highly commended poems in our “ways to be wilder” poetry competition. We’re also publishing our competition Judge, Jen Hadfield’s comments for each poem.   Summer Photograph Amy Wolstenholme (18)   Bluebells bloom from the refuse heap, Plait a crown for broken pots […]

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John Cleal’s Door

This door of an old chapel was made by the artist and poet John Cleal and represents his own family. He took up residence in Lower Fishguard in the 1960’s and ran a workshop and gallery and raised his children here. Cleal wrote this poem, which embodies something very important to People Need Nature: “We […]

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