Heritage Poetry

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The Phoenix Mine and The Hurlers © Caroline Gill

Tomorrow (Tuesday, 6 November 2012) will see the Ipswich launch of Caroline Gill’s poetry chapbook, The Holy Place, at Arlington’s in Museum Street at 7.00 pm. (Arlington’s was originally the home of the Ipswich Museum before it moved up the hill.) She will be reading her prize-winning poem, ‘The Figure at the Phoenix Mine’, based on the World Heritage site around Minions Moor, Cornwall. She will also be reading ‘The Ceilidh House’, inspired by the Skye Museum of Island Life.

All welcome to the launch! (£3 for Poetry Café funds.)

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