An evening of poems on the past and present of the valley’s rivers and other waters.
Poets from Ribble Valley Stanza group will read their poems reflecting on the significance of water in the area’s historical and natural heritage. The poems will be accompanied by images of the places which inspired them and the evening will include musical interludes.
No booking required. The event opens at 19:30 and will last approximately 2 hours, for additional information contact Maureen Fenton, 07710 409457.
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