James Knox-Whittet, award winning poet, will be returning to Dolobran Quaker Meeting House this year to read and discuss some of his poems.
This will be on the 19th August at 1pm. The Meeting House is a short walk from the car park in a small paddock at Forge Farm, near Pont Robert. A sketch map is below.
The snowdrops have already begun to flower at Dolobran. Beauty as a response to adversity .
Friends at Dolobran meeting will be hosting a late-summer gathering at Dolobran on the 2nd September.
Meet for a picnic lunch at 12.30 with Meeting for Worship at 2.30. And tea and cake aat 3.30.
An opportunity to hear award-winning Scottish Islay poet James Knox Whittet and the poetry of the late Harry Corder Greaves, as well as supporting local poets in Crossing Borders. (Download pdf poster).
Saturday 23rd July, 6.30 – 9pm at Dolobran Quaker Meeting House.
Directions. Head south along the A495 through Meifod, out the other side for 2 miles. The A495 bends right and then left – take the turnoff sign-posted to Pont Robert. Over the hump-backed bridge and take the second right (there is a wooden finger post on a telegraph pole opposite the turn). Follow this track up the hill to Forge Farm and park there. Follow the track on foot (stout shoes, boots or wellies are advised) for 1/2 mile to the Meeting House.
The Google Map below will also help.
Free admission and refreshments. Donations welcomed in aid of funds to provide a shower and new toilet for visitors to the Meeting House and cottage.
Enquiries to Paul Jenkins 01938 811162 Download poster here. Poetry Night